Table 3

Protein blastmatrix analysis of nine Brachyspira genomes
B. aalborgi B. alvinipulli B. hyodysenteriae B. intermedia B. intermedia B. murdochii B. pilosicoli B. pilosicoli B. pilosicoli
513Ta C1Ta WA1 PWS/AT HB60a 56-150T B2904 95/1000 WesBb
2257 CDS 3228 CDS 2613 CDS 2890 CDS 3392 CDS 2809 CDS 2658 CDS 2301 CDS 2652 CDS
WesBb 21.36% 21.65% 22.73% 24.95% 19.84% 25.95% 68.43% 65.32% 1.73%
95/1000 17.94% 18.56% 20.78% 20.90% 16.77% 22.11% 54.93% 0.74%
B2904 20.47% 21.25% 21.74% 23.60% 19.25% 25.35% 2.71%
56-150T 22.37% 31.51% 33.68% 36.40% 29.33% 5.30%
HB60a 20.65% 31.23% 46.77% 57.65% 1.77%
PWS/AT 21.05% 32.03% 50.33% 1.56%
WA1 17.72% 27.48% 1.11%
C1Ta 23.48% 2.54%
513Ta 1.11%

The percentage of the total CDS that were identified in other genomes (green) and the proportion of protein repeats within the genome (red), is shown. A cut-off e-value of 1e-05 was used.

a Incomplete genome currently within a genome sequencing project.

b The incomplete WesB strain genome was within one scaffold.

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