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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: Novel heavy metal resistance gene clusters are present in the genome of Cupriavidus neocaledonicus STM 6070, a new species of Mimosa pudica microsymbiont isolated from heavy-metal-rich mining site soil

Fig. 3

Cupriavidus neocaledonicus STM 6070 HMR gene clusters containing annotated putative genes encoding proteins involved in heavy metal efflux (HME). A to L: HMR loci (see also Table S6). Colour coding: light blue, HME-RND systems composed of canonical CBA genes [45]; dark blue, czcD encoding a CDF type protein; turquoise, nre genes; dark and light grey, putative corresponding regulatory genes; green, cop genes; purple, chr genes; red, ars genes; yellow, P-ATPase encoding genes; white, genes encoding putative proteins of unknown function; black, transposases; cep: conserved exported protein; ep, exported protein; hk, histidine kinase. Truncated genes are identified with a delta (Δ) symbol. Thick lines identify genes encoding the transmembrane proteins. Gene coordinates for STM 6070 (CT6070v1_XXXXXX-XX) correspond to the annotation in the MaGe Microscope platform (https://www.genoscope.cns.fr/agc/microscope/mage/viewer.php) (see Table S6 for the corresponding IMG locus tags)

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