Additional file 3: Figure S2. of Flashy flagella: flagellin modification is relatively common and highly versatile among the Enterobacteriaceae

2016-05-20T05:00:00Z (GMT) by Pieter De Maayer Don Cowan
Schematic diagrams of stereotypical flagellin glycosylation islands of the forty-two distinct FGI types. Glycosyltransferase and sugar biosynthetic genes are indicated by dark and light green arrows, respectively. Formyltransferases, methyltransferases, acetyltransferases and aminotransferases are encoded by genes represented by dark blue, purple, light blue and yellow arrows, respectively. Pink arrows indicates genes involved in fatty acid biosynthesis. Flanking genes are indicated by grey arrows, genes coding for hypothetical proteins or involved in functions with no relative known function in flagellin glycosylation by white arrows and black arrows indicate transposes and endonuclease genes. (TIF 3168 kb)