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Fig. 1 | BMC Genomics

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From: Comparative analysis of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii genomes shows a high level of genome plasticity and warrants separation into new species-level taxa

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Circular map of complete 2.97 Mbp chromosome of F. prausnitzii APC918/95b, representative for phylogroup I. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup I (APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768T, CNCM 4573,); circles 12–16 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup II (APC942/30–2, A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase

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