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Fig. 4 | BMC Microbiology

Fig. 4

From: A genomic analysis of Mycobacterium immunogenum strain CD11_6 and its potential role in the activation of T cells against Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Fig. 4

Comparison of gene homologues present in the Mycobacterium strains involved in invasion and intracellular resistance. Genetic variability was reported in subsystems Mycobacterium virulence operon MCE involved in cell invasion, Mycobacterium virulence operon involved in an unknown function with Superoxide dismutase and PPE gene cluster in Mycobacteria whereas for other subsystems no such difference was reported among three genomes. Thus, for all three genomes, 2 genes were present in subsystem Mycobacterium virulence operon involved in an unknown function with a Jag Protein and YidC and YidD, subsystem Mycobacterium virulence operon possibly involved in quinolinate biosynthesis had 3 genes, Mycobacterium virulence operon involved in DNA transcription had 2 genes, subsystem Mycobacterium virulence operon involved in protein synthesis (SSU ribosomal proteins) had 5 genes, subsystem Mycobacterium virulence operon involved in fatty acids biosynthesis had 2 genes, subsystem Mycobacterium virulence operon involved in lipid metabolism had 2 genes, subsystem Mycobacterium virulence operon involved in protein synthesis (LSU ribosomal proteins) had 3 genes

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