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Fig. 4 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 4

From: The Xylella fastidosa RTX operons: evidence for the evolution of protein mosaics through novel genetic exchanges

Fig. 4

Structure of the Xf (Temecula) RTX3 operon. a The RTX3 coding region is preceded by the modular repeats, HlyB and HlyD genes, and the Pribnow-Schaller box (TATAAT). b DNA-DNA dot plot (created with the Dotter software) representing a self-comparison of the modular repeats and RTX3 coding region. The Temecula RTX3 operon contains six modular repeats including the N-terminal repeats (red) and ORFans (grey); arrows of the same color are homologous

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