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Table 1 Origin of Xanthomonas campestris strains and genome properties

From: Genomics and transcriptomics of Xanthomonas campestris species challenge the concept of core type III effectome

Strain Pathovarb Isolationb Nb of readsc Contigs Pseudochromosome
Host plant Country and year Assembly size (bp) Coverage Nb contigsd N50 Average size (bp) Largest (bp) Nb contigs organised Size (bp)e GC %
CFBP 5825R NPa Barbarea vulgaris USA, 1939 PE = 10,697,622 5,053,608 696 8 2,773,827 631,701 2,773,827 7 5,053,372 65.1
MP = 13,325,195
CFBP 1606R incanae Matthiola incana France, 1974 PE = 19,497,157 4,966,388 1057 9 3,800,062 551,820 3,800,062 9 4,967,188 65.2
MP = 12,873,343
CFBP 2527R incanae Matthiola incana USA, 1950 PE = 18,139,985 4,925,175 1142 6 2,485,103 820,862 2,485,103 6 4,925,675 65.1
MP = 19,259,657
CFBP 5828R raphani Raphanus sativus USA, nd PE = 19,555,502 4,911,085 1029 11 1,210,840 446,462 1,728,667 10 4,911,500 65.4
MP = 10,836,933
  1. aNon-pathogenic; received as pv. barbareae
  2. bProperties of the original wild strains (rifampicin sensitive)
  3. cPE: paired end (101 bp); MP: mate pair (51 bp)
  4. dLarger than 200 bp
  5. ewith 100-bp gaps between contigs