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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: Genomic variation among closely related Vibrio alginolyticus strains is located on mobile genetic elements

Fig. 3

Comparison of all nine Kiel isolates and six other fully closed V. alginolyticus isolates. Blast matches between all strains are shown as concentric colored rings on a sliding scale according to percentage identity (100 and 70%). For chromosome 1 (left) we used K10K4 as a reference (inner black circle), as this strain has more integrated prophages than the other Kiel isolates. The second ring (yellow) corresponds to strain K05K4 which has the same integrated prophages as K10K4, the third ring (orange) corresponds to all other strains from Kiel, which miss GR 5, i.e. Vibrio phage VALGΦ8. For the same reasons, we used strain K04M3 as a reference for chromosome 2. Here, the second ring (yellow) corresponds to strain K04M5, which has a similar prophage composition than K04M3 while the third ring (orange) corresponds to all other Kiel strains, which miss the multiphage-cassette consisting of repeats of both filamentous Vibrio phages VALGΦ6 and Vibrio phage VALGΦ8. GC content is shown in black. Genomic Regions (GRs) unique for Kiel isolates, which have additionally been predicted using IslandViewer are annotated on the outside

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