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Table 1 Information about the metagenomic samples and reference genomes used in the current study

From: Inter-individual differences in the gene content of human gut bacterial species

NCBI taxID Representative genome strain name Contigs (n) Genes in reference (n) Individuals (n) Genes in metagenomes (n) Gene mapped to OG (n) OG (n)
592028 Dialister invisus DSM 15470 1 2,015 16 1,905 1,343 1,081
657321 Ruminococcus bromii L2-63 1 1,852 22 1,807 1,324 1,031
511680 Butyrivibrio crossotus DSM 2876 31 2,576 13 2,493 1,768 1,253
657322 Faecalibacterium prausnitzii SL3/3 1 2,816 11 2,670 1,869 1,262
445970 Alistipes putredinis DSM 17216 11 2,795 58 2,790 1,649 1,266
537012 Bacteroides cellulosilyticus DSM 14838 66 5,771 15 5,542 4,125 2,247
483216 Bacteroides eggerthii DSM 20697 20 3,769 10 3,714 2,775 1,868
717959 Alistipes shahii WAL 8301 1 2,616 29 2,584 1,861 1,293
563193 Parabacteroides sp. D13 22 4,558 32 4,473 3,577 2,182
469586 Bacteroides sp. 1_1_6 71 5,648 41 5,639 4,232 2,468
537011 Prevotella copri DSM 18205 28 3,413 32 3,195 2,090 1,490
  1. Description of the 11 representative reference genomes is summarized according to their NCBI TaxID and strain name. Statistics regarding the number of individuals, genes (both present in reference genome and seen in all metagenomes), contigs, orthologous groups, genes mapped to orthologous groups (OGs) are shown.