Additional file 6: Figure S4. of Novel Moraxella catarrhalis prophages display hyperconserved non-structural genes despite their genomic diversity

Clustering of M. catarrhalis prophage attachment sites. Twenty-three att sites are identified, which cluster into a major group and 6 minor groups. Each att site is labelled according to prophage of origin, which is coloured according to the relevant prophage clade in Fig. 1 (red = clade 1, dark blue = clade 2, orange = clade 3, and green = clade 4). The nucleotide alignment is shown on the right (green A = adenine, red T = thymine, blue C = cytosine, purple G = guanine), and scale at bottom left indicates 10 nucleotide substitutions per site. (TIFF 3747 kb)