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Table 4 Co-occurrence of genomes in COGs: A. pernix groups within the archaeal domain

From: Towards understanding the first genome sequence of a crenarchaeon by genome annotation using clusters of orthologous groups of proteins (COGs)

  Ap Mj Mth Af Ph Pa Tm Ec Bs Ssp Sc
Ap - 275 273 151 203 168 424 321 349 386 387
  836 561 563 685 634 677 412 515 487 450 449
  - 408 424 411 299 297 647 955 878 752 402
Mj   - 157 164 252 258 507 460 496 481 524
   969 812 805 717 722 462 509 473 488 445
   - 175 291 249 252 597 961 892 714 406
Mth    - 177 325 296 509 441 478 465 515
    987 810 662 700 478 546 509 522 472
    - 286 271 274 581 924 856 680 379
Af     - 355 330 569 483 526 540 593
     1096 741 780 527 613 570 556 503
     - 192 194 532 857 795 646 348
Ph      - 46 460 436 453 495 487
      933 894 473 497 480 438 446
      - 80 586 973 885 764 405
Pa       - 470 431 451 501 505
       974 504 543 523 473 469
       - 577 964 898 742 396
Tm        - 223 216 325 592
        1059 836 843 734 467
        - 634 522 468 384
Ec         - 339 480 813
         1470 1331 990 657
         - 234 212 194
Bs          - 464 750
          1365 901 615
          - 301 236
Ssp           - 632
           1202 570
           - 281
Sc            -
            851
            -
  1. *In each cell, the middle line is the number of COGs in which the given two species co-occur; the top line is the number of COGs in which the genome in the corresponding row, but not the one in the corresponding column, is represented; conversely, the bottom line is the number of COGs in which the genome in the corresponding column, but not the one in the corresponding row, is represented. The diagonal cells show the total number of COGs that include representatives from the given genome. The cells that show the co-occurrence data among archaea show the numbers of COGs in red, and the cells that show the co-occurrence data for archaea and yeast show the numbers of COGs in blue. For abbreviations, see the Materials and methods section.