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Fig. 6 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 6

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

Fig. 6

Resistance and virulence genes. Resistance genes are shown for (a) chromosome 1 and (b) chromosome 2. (c) Virulence genes, presented as a presence (black) / absence (grey) matrix, are grouped into 10 different virulence classes (left). Those virulence genes, which contribute to the unique profile of the Kiel-alginolyticus ecotype are labeled on the right and if present, marked in turquoise. Hierarchical cluster analysis of the 22 strains (bottom), which were incorporated into this analysis shows that the Kiel-alginolyticus ecotype can be separated from all other V. alginolyticus strains solely based on presence/ absence of specific virulence genes

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