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From: Comparative in vivo gene expression of the closely related bacteria Photorhabdus temperata and Xenorhabdus koppenhoeferi upon infection of the same insect host, Rhizotrogus majalis

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Distribution of SCOTS isolated in vivo -induced Photorhabdus temperata and Xenorhabdus koppenhoeferi genes among different functional classes: cell structure (I), intracellular metabolism (II), nutrient scavenging (III), regulation (IV), adaptation to environmental stresses (V), virulence and secretion (VI), and unknown function. The percentage of genes for P. temperata or X. koppenhoeferi was presented as ratio of the number of genes in each functional class to the total number of genes from the respective bacterium, and the percentage of genes for common to both was calculated as ratio of the number of common genes in each functional class to the sum of genes from both bacteria.

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