Table 3

Orthologous Clusters and Coding Sequences (CDS) in the S. aureus Supragenome

Genome

Orthologous Clusters (genes)

CDS



All

Distributed

Unique

Non-core %

All

Core

Distributed

Unique

Non-core %


CGSSa00

2,534

266

2

11

2,701

2,410

289

2

11

CGSSa01

2,648

364

18

14

2,733

2,362

353

18

14

CGSSa03

2,628

358

4

14

2,765

2,389

372

4

14

COL

2,543

270

7

11

2,649

2,374

268

7

10

JH1

2,643

377

0

14

2,796

2,382

414

0

15

JH9

2,643

377

0

14

2,796

2,382

414

0

15

MRSA252

2,645

376

3

14

2,788

2,393

392

3

14

MSSA476

2,553

275

12

11

2,643

2,370

261

12

10

Mu3

2,629

363

0

14

2,747

2,369

378

0

14

Mu50

2,629

363

0

14

2,754

2,370

384

0

14

MW2

2,574

302

6

12

2,661

2,370

285

6

11

N315

2,538

271

1

11

2,660

2,362

297

1

11

NCTC8325

2,589

315

8

12

2,712

2,380

323

9

12

Newman

2,579

293

20

12

2,775

2,391

361

23

14

RF122

2,524

205

53

10

2,682

2,391

238

53

11

USA300

2,620

354

0

14

2,744

2,387

357

0

13

USA300TCH15

2,620

354

0

14

2,746

2,390

356

0

13

All 17 strains

3,155

755

134

28

46,352

40,472

5,742

138

13


Core clusters (2,266 here) have one or more representative CDS in each genome examined; unique clusters are represented in only one genome; and distributed clusters in more than one but not all genomes examined.

Boissy et al. BMC Genomics 2011 12:187   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-187

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