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Table 1 Coding sequences, orthologous proteins, and their frequency in the 11 Vibrionaceae genomes used in this study

From: Comparative genomics of the family Vibrionaceae reveals the wide distribution of genes encoding virulence-associated proteins

Strains No. genes in genome No. CDS No. orthologous groups in strain % CDS found in core genome % CDS found in orthologous group Orthologous groups unique to:
       strain species
Vibrio cholerae El Tor N16961 4009 3887 3433 49 (1899) 91 (3525) 11 (25) 319
V. cholerae O395 3998 3878 3537 49 (1902) 95 (3684) 49 (102) 319
V. parahaemolyticus RIMD 2210633 4708 4548 3977 42 (1918) 90 (4095) 24 (49) 24
V. vulnificus CMCP6 4796 4796 4122 40 (1910) 90 (4290) 16 (65) 318
V. vulnificus YJ016 4897 4758 4153 40 (1907) 90 (4284) 11 (24) 318
V. harveyi ATCC® BAA-1116™ 6238 6040 4116 32 (1920) 84 (5065) 97 (469) 97
V. splendidus LGP32 4604 4431 3718 43 (1921) 87 (3873) 13 (44) 13
Aliivibrio fischeri MJ11 4175 4039 3540 48 (1918) 90 (3642) 10 (21) 135
A. fischeri ES114 4038 3882 3451 50 (1921) 91 (3540) 3 (11) 135
A. salmonicida LFI1238 4352 3839 3143 50 (1919) 95 (3664) 12 (124) 12
Photobacterium profundum SS9 5702 5489 3762 35 (1932) 76 (4341) 90 (322) 90
  1. The table presents the number of protein coding sequences (CDS) in each of the 11 Vibrionaceae genomes used in the comparative analysis, the numbers of orthologous groups found in each strain and the number of CDS encoding proteins in the core proteome. The numbers in brackets are the absolute counts. The inter-genomic search yielded a core genome comprised of 1,882 orthologous proteins.