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    Circular map of complete 2.97 Mbp chromosome of F. <t>prausnitzii</t> APC918/95b, representative for phylogroup I. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup I (APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768 T , CNCM 4573,); circles 12–16 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup II (APC942/30–2, A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase
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    Article Title: Comparative analysis of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii genomes shows a high level of genome plasticity and warrants separation into new species-level taxa

    Journal: BMC Genomics

    doi: 10.1186/s12864-018-5313-6

    Circular map of complete 2.97 Mbp chromosome of F. prausnitzii APC918/95b, representative for phylogroup I. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup I (APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768 T , CNCM 4573,); circles 12–16 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup II (APC942/30–2, A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase
    Figure Legend Snippet: Circular map of complete 2.97 Mbp chromosome of F. prausnitzii APC918/95b, representative for phylogroup I. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup I (APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768 T , CNCM 4573,); circles 12–16 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup II (APC942/30–2, A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase

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    Circular map of complete 2.83 Mbp chromosome of F. prausnitzii APC942/30–2, representative for phylogroup II. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup II (A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circles 12–16 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup I (APC918/95b, APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768 T , CNCM 4573); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase
    Figure Legend Snippet: Circular map of complete 2.83 Mbp chromosome of F. prausnitzii APC942/30–2, representative for phylogroup II. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup II (A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circles 12–16 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup I (APC918/95b, APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768 T , CNCM 4573); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase

    Techniques Used:

    Mauve alignment of four representative complete genomes within each of the four species of human gut-associated bacteria: F. prausnitzii , Clostridiodes difficile , Bacteroides fragilis and Escherichia coli . Blocks of the same colour correspond to Locally Collinear Blocks (LCBs); +, positive DNA strand; −, negative DNA strand
    Figure Legend Snippet: Mauve alignment of four representative complete genomes within each of the four species of human gut-associated bacteria: F. prausnitzii , Clostridiodes difficile , Bacteroides fragilis and Escherichia coli . Blocks of the same colour correspond to Locally Collinear Blocks (LCBs); +, positive DNA strand; −, negative DNA strand

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    BLASTn-based average nucleotide identity (ANIb) between available 31 complete and draft genomes of F. prausnitzii . Dendrogram on top built by hierarchical clustering using Ward.D2 algorithm
    Figure Legend Snippet: BLASTn-based average nucleotide identity (ANIb) between available 31 complete and draft genomes of F. prausnitzii . Dendrogram on top built by hierarchical clustering using Ward.D2 algorithm

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    a , Hierarchical clustering of F. prausnitzii strains and type strains of other species of the family Ruminococcaceae based on the gene orthologues content. Orthologous protein products were grouped using OrthoMCL. Clustering performed with Euclidean distances using Ward.D2 algorithm. F. prausnitzii clade highlighted in red. Clustering identified 245 non-paralogous single copy genes constituting the core genome of the family. b , Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic tree of the family Ruminococcaceae based on concatenated alignments of 245 highly conserved proteins. Phylogeny inference done with PROTGAMMABLOSUM62 model, 100 bootstrap replicates. Phylogroups I, IIa, and IIb highlighted in red, purple and light blue respectively
    Figure Legend Snippet: a , Hierarchical clustering of F. prausnitzii strains and type strains of other species of the family Ruminococcaceae based on the gene orthologues content. Orthologous protein products were grouped using OrthoMCL. Clustering performed with Euclidean distances using Ward.D2 algorithm. F. prausnitzii clade highlighted in red. Clustering identified 245 non-paralogous single copy genes constituting the core genome of the family. b , Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic tree of the family Ruminococcaceae based on concatenated alignments of 245 highly conserved proteins. Phylogeny inference done with PROTGAMMABLOSUM62 model, 100 bootstrap replicates. Phylogroups I, IIa, and IIb highlighted in red, purple and light blue respectively

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    a , PCoA ordination based on composition of gene orthologues reveals two distinct F. prausnitzii genomogroups. Ordination performed with Euclidean distances. b , The 20 COG categories showing differential abundance between core and accessory genome in F. prausnitzii . COG categories on the right are enriched in the accessory part of species pangenome ( p < 0.05 in Wilcoxon test)
    Figure Legend Snippet: a , PCoA ordination based on composition of gene orthologues reveals two distinct F. prausnitzii genomogroups. Ordination performed with Euclidean distances. b , The 20 COG categories showing differential abundance between core and accessory genome in F. prausnitzii . COG categories on the right are enriched in the accessory part of species pangenome ( p < 0.05 in Wilcoxon test)

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    A heatmap of gene orthologues differentially abundant between the two F. prausnitzii genomogroups ( p < 0.05 in Wilcoxon test). Dendrogram on top reflect hierarchical clustering using Ward.D2 algorithm. Only groups with positive COG annotation are shown, see annotation bar on the left and the relevant legend inset. Orange colour in heatmap corresponds to single copy orthologues, other colours used for orthologous groups with multiple member per genome (see colour code on the right). An expanded version of this heatmap is given in Additional file : Figure S5, where all orthologous groups are shown, regardless of COG annotation availability
    Figure Legend Snippet: A heatmap of gene orthologues differentially abundant between the two F. prausnitzii genomogroups ( p < 0.05 in Wilcoxon test). Dendrogram on top reflect hierarchical clustering using Ward.D2 algorithm. Only groups with positive COG annotation are shown, see annotation bar on the left and the relevant legend inset. Orange colour in heatmap corresponds to single copy orthologues, other colours used for orthologous groups with multiple member per genome (see colour code on the right). An expanded version of this heatmap is given in Additional file : Figure S5, where all orthologous groups are shown, regardless of COG annotation availability

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     F. prausnitzii strains  used in the study
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    Circular map of complete 2.97 Mbp chromosome of F. <t>prausnitzii</t> APC918/95b, representative for phylogroup I. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup I (APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768 T , CNCM 4573,); circles 12–16 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup II (APC942/30–2, A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase
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    Article Title: Comparative analysis of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii genomes shows a high level of genome plasticity and warrants separation into new species-level taxa

    Journal: BMC Genomics

    doi: 10.1186/s12864-018-5313-6

    Circular map of complete 2.97 Mbp chromosome of F. prausnitzii APC918/95b, representative for phylogroup I. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup I (APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768 T , CNCM 4573,); circles 12–16 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup II (APC942/30–2, A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase
    Figure Legend Snippet: Circular map of complete 2.97 Mbp chromosome of F. prausnitzii APC918/95b, representative for phylogroup I. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup I (APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768 T , CNCM 4573,); circles 12–16 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup II (APC942/30–2, A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase

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    Circular map of complete 2.83 Mbp chromosome of F. prausnitzii APC942/30–2, representative for phylogroup II. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup II (A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circles 12–16 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup I (APC918/95b, APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768 T , CNCM 4573); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase
    Figure Legend Snippet: Circular map of complete 2.83 Mbp chromosome of F. prausnitzii APC942/30–2, representative for phylogroup II. Innermost circle (green and purple), GC skew; circle 2 (black), G + C content; circle 3 (grey), predicted prophage remnants; circles 4 and 5 (dark red and blue), ORFs located on + and - DNA strands respectively; circle 6 (green), genes specific for genomogroup I; circle 7 (orange), tRNA and rRNA genes; circles 8–11 (light blue), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt from other representatives of genomogroup II (A2–165, APC922/41–1, APC923/61–1, KLE1255); circles 12–16 (pink), homologous genomic segments of > 1000 nt (aligned by Mauve) from representatives of genomogroup I (APC918/95b, APC924/119, APC923/51–1, ATCC 27768 T , CNCM 4573); circle 17, genes annotated as integrase, recombinase, replication initiator protein, mobilization protein, transposase

    Techniques Used:

    Mauve alignment of four representative complete genomes within each of the four species of human gut-associated bacteria: F. prausnitzii , Clostridiodes difficile , Bacteroides fragilis and Escherichia coli . Blocks of the same colour correspond to Locally Collinear Blocks (LCBs); +, positive DNA strand; −, negative DNA strand
    Figure Legend Snippet: Mauve alignment of four representative complete genomes within each of the four species of human gut-associated bacteria: F. prausnitzii , Clostridiodes difficile , Bacteroides fragilis and Escherichia coli . Blocks of the same colour correspond to Locally Collinear Blocks (LCBs); +, positive DNA strand; −, negative DNA strand

    Techniques Used:

    BLASTn-based average nucleotide identity (ANIb) between available 31 complete and draft genomes of F. prausnitzii . Dendrogram on top built by hierarchical clustering using Ward.D2 algorithm
    Figure Legend Snippet: BLASTn-based average nucleotide identity (ANIb) between available 31 complete and draft genomes of F. prausnitzii . Dendrogram on top built by hierarchical clustering using Ward.D2 algorithm

    Techniques Used:

    a , Hierarchical clustering of F. prausnitzii strains and type strains of other species of the family Ruminococcaceae based on the gene orthologues content. Orthologous protein products were grouped using OrthoMCL. Clustering performed with Euclidean distances using Ward.D2 algorithm. F. prausnitzii clade highlighted in red. Clustering identified 245 non-paralogous single copy genes constituting the core genome of the family. b , Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic tree of the family Ruminococcaceae based on concatenated alignments of 245 highly conserved proteins. Phylogeny inference done with PROTGAMMABLOSUM62 model, 100 bootstrap replicates. Phylogroups I, IIa, and IIb highlighted in red, purple and light blue respectively
    Figure Legend Snippet: a , Hierarchical clustering of F. prausnitzii strains and type strains of other species of the family Ruminococcaceae based on the gene orthologues content. Orthologous protein products were grouped using OrthoMCL. Clustering performed with Euclidean distances using Ward.D2 algorithm. F. prausnitzii clade highlighted in red. Clustering identified 245 non-paralogous single copy genes constituting the core genome of the family. b , Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic tree of the family Ruminococcaceae based on concatenated alignments of 245 highly conserved proteins. Phylogeny inference done with PROTGAMMABLOSUM62 model, 100 bootstrap replicates. Phylogroups I, IIa, and IIb highlighted in red, purple and light blue respectively

    Techniques Used:

    a , PCoA ordination based on composition of gene orthologues reveals two distinct F. prausnitzii genomogroups. Ordination performed with Euclidean distances. b , The 20 COG categories showing differential abundance between core and accessory genome in F. prausnitzii . COG categories on the right are enriched in the accessory part of species pangenome ( p < 0.05 in Wilcoxon test)
    Figure Legend Snippet: a , PCoA ordination based on composition of gene orthologues reveals two distinct F. prausnitzii genomogroups. Ordination performed with Euclidean distances. b , The 20 COG categories showing differential abundance between core and accessory genome in F. prausnitzii . COG categories on the right are enriched in the accessory part of species pangenome ( p < 0.05 in Wilcoxon test)

    Techniques Used:

    A heatmap of gene orthologues differentially abundant between the two F. prausnitzii genomogroups ( p < 0.05 in Wilcoxon test). Dendrogram on top reflect hierarchical clustering using Ward.D2 algorithm. Only groups with positive COG annotation are shown, see annotation bar on the left and the relevant legend inset. Orange colour in heatmap corresponds to single copy orthologues, other colours used for orthologous groups with multiple member per genome (see colour code on the right). An expanded version of this heatmap is given in Additional file : Figure S5, where all orthologous groups are shown, regardless of COG annotation availability
    Figure Legend Snippet: A heatmap of gene orthologues differentially abundant between the two F. prausnitzii genomogroups ( p < 0.05 in Wilcoxon test). Dendrogram on top reflect hierarchical clustering using Ward.D2 algorithm. Only groups with positive COG annotation are shown, see annotation bar on the left and the relevant legend inset. Orange colour in heatmap corresponds to single copy orthologues, other colours used for orthologous groups with multiple member per genome (see colour code on the right). An expanded version of this heatmap is given in Additional file : Figure S5, where all orthologous groups are shown, regardless of COG annotation availability

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     F. prausnitzii strains  used in the study
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    Bacillus strains used in this study and comparison of the different methods for detecting <t> B. cereus </t> enterotoxin
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