Additional file 1: Figure S1. of Detection and analysis of methicillin-resistant human-adapted sequence type 398 allows insight into community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus evolution

Geography of sources of animal and human isolates. Figure S2. Phylogeny of ST398 isolates according to PhyML method. Table S1. Non-synonymous substitutions that define the four animal ST398 branches. Table S2. Characteristics of isolates used for virulence experiments. Table S3. Presence of virulence genes in analyzed isolates. Table S4. Presence of antibiotic resistance in analyzed isolates. Table S5. Non-synonymous SNPs (as compared to the MRSA ancestor node and the closest MSSA neighbors) in ST398 CA-MRSA isolates. Table S6. Indel genetic changes in protein-coding regions of ST398 CA-MRSA isolates. Table S7. Open reading frames (ORFs) in the novel ST398 SCCmec type. (PDF 2409 kb)