Additional file 1.
Comparison of HmuY homologues. Comparison of homologous HmuY amino-acid sequences identified in human pathogens (A) and bacteria identified in oral tissues (B). Amino-acid sequences lacking signal peptides are shown. Positions with identical amino acids in more than 30% of the sequences are shown in black boxes and partial homology is indicated in grey boxes. Phylogenetic relationship between homologous HmuY amino-acid sequences (C). Bacteria infecting the oral cavity are shown in bold. The phylogenetic tree was determined with the Neighbor-Joining method. Bootstrap values are included. Pgi, Porphyromonas gingivalis; Pen, P. endodontalis; Pue, P. uenonis; Bfr, Bacteroides fragilis; Bfi, B. finegoldii; Bco, B. coprocola; Bst, B. stercoris; Bdo, B. dorei; Bvu, B. vulgatus; Bov, B. ovatus; Bca, B. caccae; Bth, B. thetaiotaomicron; Bcp, B. coprophilus; Bsp, Bacteroides sp.; Coc, Capnocytophaga ochracea; Cgi, C. gingivalis; Csp, C. sputigena; Lbo, Leptospira borgpetersenii; Lin, L. interrogans; Ssp, Sphingobacterium spiritivorum; Pbi, Prevotella bivia; Por, P. oris; Pbe, P. bergensis; Pti, P. timonensis; Pme, P. melaninogenica; Pve, P. veroralis; Psp, Prevotella sp.; Pta, P. tannerae.
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Olczak et al. BMC Microbiology 2010 10:134 doi:10.1186/1471-2180-10-134