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From: SyntTax: a web server linking synteny to prokaryotic taxonomy

Figure 4

YgjD and Kae1 syntenies involving rimN ( Sua5 ) in bacteria and archaea. (A) Complete syntenies involving the genes encoding the four subunits YgjD, YeaZ, YjeE and RimN are present in rare bacteria such as Microlunatus phosphovorus and Verrcosispora maris. A conserved unkown gene marked as '?' in present in both genomes. (B) A single archaea, Korarchaeum cryptofilum possesses Sua5 and Kae1 as neighboring genes, essentially in the same configuration as the bacteria shown in panel A.

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