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Figure 6

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

Figure 6

Synteny of the genes encoding the YgjD complex. The first 200 aminoacids encoded by the largest yeaZ::rimI::ygjD fusion encoded by Coriobacterium glomerans was used to generate the synteny of the genes encoding the YgjD complex. The organisms were chosen according to the distribution of the corresponding genes, either neighboring (Symbiobacterium thermophilum), adjacent (Bacillus subtilis, Mycobacterium avium) and fused (Coriobacterium glomerans, Dehalococcoides BAV1, Clavibacter michiganensis, Mycobacterium leprae). The alr gene is directly associated to most of these gene contexts; in the case of S. thermophilum, ~7kb separate alr from yeaZ.

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