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From: Complete genome sequence and analysis of Lactobacillus hokkaidonensis LOOC260T, a psychrotrophic lactic acid bacterium isolated from silage

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Genome atlas of L. hokkaidonensis LOOC260 T . A) Chromosome. The outer four circles (from outer to inner) represent CDSs on the forward strand, CDSs on the reverse strand, rRNAs (red) and tRNAs (blue), and insertion sequences/transposases, respectively. The next four circles (from outer to inner) represent the shared amino acid identities of the BLAST alignments with four closely related species: L. oligofermentans DSM 15707T, L. vaccinostercus DSM 20634T, L. vaccinostercus DSM 15802, and L. suebicus KCTC 3549T, respectively. The inner two circles represent the GC content and GC skew. B, C) Plasmids pLOOC260-1 and pLOOC260-2. From the inner to outer circles: CDSs on the forward strand, CDSs on the reverse strand, insertion sequences/transposases, GC content and GC skew. The CDSs are colored according to the main COGs functional classification categories: red, metabolism; blue, information storage and processing; red, cellular processes and signaling; gray, unknown function.

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