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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: Genome analysis of the thermoacidophilic archaeon Acidianus copahuensis focusing on the metabolisms associated to biomining activities

Fig. 3

Organization of dsrE-tusA-hdr-like gene clusters in Sulfolobales. Genomic organization of the cluster is almost identical in all Sulfolobales to that shown by Liu et al. 2014 for the M. cuprina genome [28]. Acidianus copahuensis proteins were used as references to calculate the percentage similarity to corresponding proteins from all other species. The homologous genes from different species are represented using the same color. Arrow orientation indicates the orientation of the ORF in the genome and lengths are proportional to the real length of the protein. “Cons. H.P.” is an acronym for conserved hypothetical protein. Double bar indicates that the gene is located in a different genomic region. All proteins from each species were concatenated and the resulting poly-proteins were used to build a Maximum Likelihood phylogenetic tree, placed on the left of the figure. Bootstrap supports for nodes were obtained using 1000 repetitions and are expressed as the proportion of times (in decimals) that each node was supported

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