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Table 1 General features of the Sii CJ18 genome and other sequenced genomes of streptococci

From: Comparative genome analysis of Streptococcus infantarius subsp. infantariusCJ18, an African fermented camel milk isolate with adaptations to dairy environment

  S. infantariussubsp. infantarius S. gallolyticussubsp. gallolyticus S. gallolyticussubsp. macedonicus S. gallolyticussubsp. pasteurianusATCC 43144 S. agalactiae2603 V/R S. pyogenesM1 GAS S. pneumoniaeD39 S. thermophilus
  CJ18 ATCC BAA-102T ATCC 43143 ATCC BAA-2069 UCN34 ACA-DC 198 LMD-9 CNRZ 1066 LMG 18311
length (bp) 1,988,420 + 19,829 pSICJ18-1 1,938,634 2,362,241 2,356,444 2,350,911 2,130,034 + 12,728 pSMA198 2,100,077 2,160,267 1,852,441 2,046,115 1,856,368 1,796,226 1,796,846
G + C (mol%) 37.6 37.6 37.5 37.6 37.6 37.6 37.4 35.6 38.5 39.7 39.1 39.1 39.1
genes 2050 + 35 pSICJ18-1 1988 2371 2410 + 21 pSGG1 2349 2280 + 17 pSMA198 2102 2276 1810 2069 2002 + 4 Plsm1 + 2 Plsm 2 2000 1973
pseudogenes/truncated proteins (%)b) 97 (4.9%) n/a a) 49 (2.1%) 0 37 (1.6%) 215 (9.8%) 157 (7.9%) 0 35 (2.0%) 82 (4.1%) 206 (10.8%) ~19% ~19%
protein (non tRNA/rRNA) 1867   2246 2309 2223 1977 1869 2124 1696 1914 1709 1915 1888
tRNA genes 68 46c) 60 80 71 70 61 80 60 58 67 67 67
rRNA genes 18 8c) 15 21 18 17 15 21 18 12 19 18 18
source fermented camel milk suusac[31] baby feces (HMP) human clinical specimen, blood [32] human clinical specimen, blood [33] human clinical specimen, blood [13] Greek Kasseri cheese [30] human clinical specimen, blood [32] human clinical specimen [34] human clinical specimen [35] human clinical specimen [36] yogurt [27] yogurt [26] yogurt [26]
  1. a) n/a: Not available; b) Calculated according to: #pseudogenes/(#pseudogenes + total proteins)*100; c) The genome of ATCC BAA-102T was only aligned to that of CJ18 but not completely assembled. tRNA and rRNA genes are possibly underestimated in the type strain as genome gaps were not closed. HMP: Human Microbiome Project http://www.hmpdacc.org.