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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: TetR-family transcription factors in Gram-negative bacteria: conservation, variation and implications for efflux-mediated antimicrobial resistance

Fig. 3

Genome size is positively correlated with the number of TFTRs. a TFTR number varied between strains, species and genera of bacteria but was significantly positively correlated with genome size (Mb). The largest range of TFTR number was seen in Pseudomonas spp. and the smallest in S. Typhimurium. b Table describes median genome sizes and n = TFTRs in this study versus NCBI database. The median genome sizes were compared to genomes in this study to check that the genomes selected had a median genome size which is representative of the wider population of isolates. The number of predicted TFTRs was calculated by searching Interpro for IPR001647-containing sequences as previously described. A full list of strains used to produce this figure are available in Additional file 1 and data used to create this figure can be found in Additional file 3

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