Figure 3.

Bacteriophage diversity. A. Sites of bacteriophage integration throughout the O. oeni genome are indicated by along with the name of the specific tRNA that represents the bacteriophage attachment site. Other tRNA genes predicted to be present in the O. oeni genome are also indicated (half-height black lines). Full bacteriophage elements (pink boxes) are characterised by the presence of both integrase (int) and lytic (lys) enzymes while bacteriophage fragments (green boxes) generally only contain int ORFs. All elements are drawn to scale. B. Maximum-likelyhood phylogenetic analysis of bacteriophage int proteins from O. oeni. Colored shading is used to group proteins based on their site of integration and to define their origin as either being from a full bacteriophage element (pink) or a bacteriophage fragment (green). Previously identified phage protein sequences are indicated in bold. C. Maximum-likelyhood phylogenetic analysis of bacteriophage lys proteins from O. oeni. Shading is identical to that in part B.

Borneman et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:373   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-373
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