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Table 3 Decay of molybdenum-related genes

From: Evolution in an oncogenic bacterial species with extreme genome plasticity: Helicobacter pyloriEast Asian genomes

Type hspEAsia      hspAmerind hpEurope hspWAfrica
Strain F57 F32 F30 F16 51 52 (a) (b) P12 (c)
Molybdenum (MoO42-) transport      
modA x x x + + x + + + +
modB x + + + x x + + + +
modC x x x x x + + + + +
Molybdenum cofactor synthesis      
moaA x x x x + x + + + +
moaC x + + + + + + + + +
moaE x + + + + + + + + +
moaD + x + + + + + + x +
moeB + + + + + + + + + +
mogA x + x x x + + + + +
moeA x x x x x x + + + +
mobA + + + + + x + + + +
Molybdenum cofactor-containing enzyme    
bisC x x x x x x + + + +
  1. +, present; x, disrupted (nucleotide sequence remained).
  2. a) Strains Shi470, v225d, Cuz20, Sat464 and PeCan4.
  3. b) Strains 26695, HPAG1, G27, B38, B8 and SJM180.
  4. c) Strains J99 and 908
  5. The states in strain 98-10 are: x for modA, modB, mobA, moaA, moeB and bisC; + for modC, moaD, moaE, mogA, moaC and moeA.