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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: Elucidation of the anti-hyperammonemic mechanism of Lactobacillus amylovorus JBD401 by comparative genomic analysis

Fig. 3

Prophages in the Lactobacillus amylovorus JBD401 genome. a Circular view of prophages in the L. amylovorus JBD401 genome; incomplete prophages shown in grey color and complete prophage are in pink color. One incomplete prophage resides in 346 kbps to 432.5 kbps and another incomplete prophage found in 1.29 mbps to 1.38 mbps. The complete prophage spans residues 1.03 mbps to 1.21 mbps. b The prophage regions in the L. amylovorus JBD401 genome was divided into three regions and each region has several prophage remnants. Region 1 (6.5 kb, 413,262 bp–419,818 bp) and Region 3 (8.7 kb, 1,311,134 bp–1,319,860 bp) are smaller. The prophage had 7 and 9 cds with 40.20% and 41.55% GC content respectively. Region 2 (60.1 kb, 1,107,175 bp–1,167,322 bp) is longest among all the regions with 78 CDS with 35.16% GC content

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