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From: The genome of Aeromonas salmonicida subsp. salmonicida A449: insights into the evolution of a fish pathogen

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A. salmonicida subsp. salmonicida A449 chromosome. A genome atlas representation of the A. salmonicida chromosome. Indicated outside the circular chromosome are the origin of replication (ORI), replication termination site (TERM), a large inversion in the genome (INVERSION), nine rRNA operons (light blue arrows), two prophages (red arrows) and the surface layer protein operons (brown arrow). Moving inward are circles representing annotations (blue: + strand CDS, red: – strand CDS, light blue: rRNA, green: tRNA), percent AT (blue: 20% to red: 80%), GC skew (pink: -0.10 to blue: 0.10), intrinsic curvature (yellow: 0.11 to blue: 0.21), stacking energy (green: -9.21 to red: -7.78) and position preference (green: 0.13 to pink: 0.16).

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