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Fig. 4 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 4

From: The Pectobacterium pangenome, with a focus on Pectobacterium brasiliense, shows a robust core and extensive exchange of genes from a shared gene pool

Fig. 4

Circular chromosome map with genomic features of P. brasiliense NAK 240. Ring 1 displays three rows with blocks of neighboring genes in the same orientation, forward (black) or reverse (orange). Ring 2 holds genes colored by their classification: core (green), accessory (blue) or unique (red). Genes in the third ring are colored by COG category, genes without a significant hit to the COG database are white. Ring 4 displays 88 genes (86 groups) specific to virulent strains (red), secreted proteins identified by Phobius (grey), and pectinases (blue): pelA, pelL, pelW, pelX, pelZ, pel1, pel2, pel3, pemA, pemB, ogl, rhiE, ganB and pnl. Ring 5 shows GC content within the range of 25 to 75% (red line at 50%). Percentage of GC was calculated for blocks of 1000 bp

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