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From: Complete genome sequence and comparative analysis of two potential probiotics Bacillus subtilis isolated from honey and honeybee microbiomes

Fig. 2

a Visualizing features, ORFs, start and stop codons of B. subtilis HMNig-2 genome, and comparing the sequence with proteins encoded by other B. subtilis. This map was generated by CGview. The first and second [outermost] rings show the locations of protein coding, tRNA, and rRNA genes on the forward and reverse strands, respectively. All subsequent rings, with the exception of the two innermost plots, display regions of similarity detected using BLAST [E value = 0.1] between the HMNig-2 genome sequence and the genome sequences of several related sequences [n = 100]. Regions of similarity are colored based on the percent identity between the aligned sequence segments. The black plot depicts GC content with the peaks extending towards the outside of the circle representing GC content above the genome average, whereas those extending towards the center mark segments with GC content lower than the genome average. The innermost plot depicts GC skew. Both base composition plots were generated using a sliding window of 50,000‚ÄČnt. b Visualizing features, ORFs, start and stop codons of B. subtilis MENO2 genome, and comparing the sequence with proteins encoded by other B. subtilis. This map was generated by CGview. The first and second [outermost] rings show the locations of protein coding, tRNA, and rRNA genes on the forward and reverse strands, respectively. All subsequent rings, with the exception of the two innermost plots, display regions of similarity detected using BLAST [E value = 0.1] between the MENO2 genome sequence and the genome sequences of several related sequences [n = 100]. Regions of similarity are colored based on the percent identity between the aligned sequence segments. The black plot depicts GC content with the peaks extending towards the outside of the circle representing GC content above the genome average, whereas those extending towards the center mark segments with GC content lower than the genome average. The innermost plot depicts GC skew. Both base composition plots were generated using a sliding window of 50,000‚ÄČnt

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