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English: Whole genome alignment of eight Yersinia genomes using Mauve reveals 78 locally collinear blocks conserved among all eight taxa. Each chromosome has been laid out horizontally and homologous blocks in each genome are shown as identically colored regions linked across genomes. Regions that are inverted relative to Y. pestis KIM are shifted below a genome's center axis. The origin of replication in each genome is approximately at coordinate 1 and the terminus dif sites are approximately midway through each genome, as marked by grey vertical bars. The termini were identified by sequence comparison with Y. pestis KIM, where they were characterized by extensive sequence analysis. Figure generated by Mauve, free/open-source software available from http://gel.ahabs.wisc.edu/mauve.
|Source||Figure 1 from Darling AE, Miklós I, Ragan MA (2008). "Dynamics of Genome Rearrangement in Bacterial Populations". PLOS Genetics. DOI:10.1371/journal.pgen.1000128.|
|Author||Aaron E. Darling, István Miklós, Mark A. Ragan|
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