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Table 1 General features of the P. aeruginosa strains used in this work

From: Pseudomonas aeruginosa clinical and environmental isolates constitute a single population with high phenotypic diversity

Strain Accession Number* Genome Size (Mb) CDS GC% Environment of isolation Reference
148 ATAJ00000000 6.7 6,194 65.8 Dolphin, gastric juice This work
ID4365 ATAI00000000 6.8 6,318 65.7 Indian Ocean 24
IGB83 ATAH00000000 6.5 6,106 66.1 Rotten coconut 26
M10 ATAG00000000 6.1 5,642 65.8 Cuatro Ciénegas,Coahuila This work
2192* AAKW00000000 6.9 5,915 66.2 Cystic fibrosis patient 10
39016* AEEX00000000 6.86 6,409 65.55 Cornea from a patient with ulcerative keratitis 11
B136 NCBI-1280938 6.4 5,828 66.4 Isolate from an infant with community acquired diarrhea NCBI
C3719* AAKV00000000 6.2 5,221 66.5 Cystic fibrosis patient 10
DK2 NC_018080 6.4 5,960 66.3 Cystic fibrosis patient 12
LESB58 NC_011770 6.6 6,061 66.3 Epidemic strain from Manchester England 13
M18 NC_017548 6.33 5,770 66.5 Sweet melon rhizosphere 14
NCGM2.S1 NC_017549 6.76 6,358 66.1 Urinary tract infection patient 15
PACS2* AAQW00000000 6.49 5,676 66.3 Cystic fibrosis patient, nosocomial infection NCBI
PAO1 NC_002516 6.26 5,682 66.6 Burn wound isolate 9
PA7 NC_009656 6.59 6,369 66.4 Non-respiratory human isolate 16
UCBPP-PA14 NC_008463 6.54 5,977 66.3 Human burn patient 17
RP73 NCBI-1340851 6.34 5,762 66.5 Persistent isolate from a Cystic Fibrosis patient 18
  1. *Corresponds to a genome draft.