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Figure 2 | Genome Biology

Figure 2

From: Genomic characterization of the Yersinia genus

Figure 2

Comparison of major COG groups in Yersinia genomes. Bars represent the number of proteins assigned to COG superfamilies [52] for each genome, based on matches to the Conserved Domain Database [95] database with an E-value threshold <10-10. The COG groups are: U, intracellular trafficking; G, carbohydrate transport and metabolism; R, general function prediction; I, lipid transport and metabolism; D, cell cycle control; H, coenzyme transport and metabolism; B, chromatin structure; P, inorganic ion transport and metabolism; W, extracellular structures; O, post-translational modification; J, translation; A, RNA processing and editing; L, replication, recombination and repair; C, energy production; M, cell wall/membrane biogenesis; Q, secondary metabolite biosynthesis; Z, cytoskeleton; V, defense mechanisms; E, amino acid transport and metabolism; K, transcription; N, cell motility; T, signal transduction; F, nucleotide transport; S, function unknown.

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