Additional file 13: of Conserved and specific features of Streptococcus pyogenes and Streptococcus agalactiae transcriptional landscapes
journal contributionposted on 22.03.2019 by Isabelle Rosinski-Chupin, Elisabeth Sauvage, Agnès Fouet, Claire Poyart, Philippe Glaser
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Figure S5. DNA sequence alignment and structure prediction of rpmH 5′ UTR. The DNA sequences of rpmH 5′ UTR in ten streptococci were extracted from NCBI sequence database. The 5′ UTR sequence was predicted by checking for the presence of a potential − 10 box 7–9 nt upstream of the first nucleotide. Alignment and folding prediction were performed by using LocARNA ( http://rna.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/LocARNA ). Compatible base pairs are colored, where the hue shows the number of different types C-G, G-C, A-U, U-A, G-U or U-G of compatible base pairs in the corresponding columns. The saturation decreases with the number of incompatible base pairs. Accession numbers: S. agalactiae: NC_004368.1; S. gallolyticus: CP013688.1; S. mutans: NC_004350.2; S. pneumoniae: CP016633.2; S. salivarius: CP014144.1; S. suis: NC_012926.1; S. thermophilus: CP016877; S. uberis: NC_012004.1; S. equi: LS483328.1. (PDF 502 kb)