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Table 4 The abundances of 13 REP classes in genomes of 10 sequenced stenotrophomonads

From: Evolution of REP diversity: a comparative study

Bacterial strain Clade REP copy number
Ortho group I* Ortho group II* Ortho group III* NO* NO* NO* NO* NO* NO*
SM SM SM SM SM SM SM SM SM SM SM SM SM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
S. maltophilia PML168 A 1 0 0 5 18 0 0 37 0 2 1 0 96
S. maltophilia S028 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 3 0 4 0 0 4
S . maltophilia R551-3 no 39 4 16 62 1 6 0 266 49 259 49 18 0
S. sp. SKA-14 no 7 37 12 128 1 0 0 323 3 7 31 82 2
S . maltophilia D457 B 31 8 18 37 2 3 0 258 92 5 15 0 2
S . maltophilia JV3 57 4 7 183 2 1 0 283 9 10 108 1 1
S. maltophilia RR-10 C 18 8 10 98 0 6 0 47 106 120 15 2 0
P. geniculata N1 33 7 10 99 1 12 0 61 116 107 18 1 0
S . maltophilia K279a 52 16 11 105 2 33 0 427 7 13 3 2 1
S. maltophilia Ab55555 55 13 9 102 4 31 0 375 6 12 3 1 1
  1. The values represent total numbers of REP sequences from Table 2 in different strains´ genomes. The values are denoted in bold and underlined in cases where RAYT gene associated with a particular REP class is present in the genome. Presence of pseudogenized RAYT genes, containing nonsense or frameshift mutations or deletions, is denoted by italics. The phylogenetic groups are marked with letters A to C as in Figure 2. The names of strains whose complete genomic sequences were determined are in bold.
  2. * - as in Table 2.