Figure 1 .
Schematic representation of the S. espanaensis genome. The genome scale is given in kilobases from the start of dnaA. The two outermost circles show all genes on the forward and the reverse strand, respectively, color-coded according to their predicted COG classes. The next five circles represent the genes S. espanaensis color-coded according to their conservation in the genomes of the other completely sequenced Pseudonocardiaceae. Green denotes genes present in the core genome, red those conserved at least in the two compared species and light blue indicates singletons. The comparison with S. espanaensis was done (from the outside in) with A. mirum, A. mediterranei, S. erythraea, S. viridis and T. bispora. The last two circles represent G + C content and G + C skew ((G-C)/(G + C)), both calculated for a 500 bp window with 100 bp stepping.
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