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0 TIAB Phylogenomics of the Reproductive ParasiteWolbachia pipientis wMel: A Streamlined Genome Overrun by 1 2231 0 show
1 Introduction Wolbachia are intracellular gram-negative bacteria that are found in association with a variety of i 1 3267 0 show
2 Results/Discussion Genome Properties The wMel genome is determined to be a single circular molecule of 1,267,782 bp wit 1 661 0 show
3 Results/Discussion Repetitive and Mobile DNA The most striking feature of the wMel genome is the presence of very large 1 2891 0 show
4 Results/Discussion Genome Structure: Rearrangements, Duplications, and Deletions The irregular pattern of GC skew in wM 1 5590 0 show
5 Results/Discussion Inefficiency of Selection in wMel The fraction of the genome that is repetitive DNA and the fraction 1 9205 0 show
6 Results/Discussion Mitochondrial Evolution There is a general consensus in the evolutionary biology literature that the 1 3533 0 show
7 Results/Discussion Host–Symbiont Gene Transfers Many genes that were once encoded in mitochondrial genomes have been tr 1 2949 0 show
8 Results/Discussion Metabolism and Transport wMel is predicted to have very limited capabilities for membrane transport, 1 2525 0 show
9 Results/Discussion Regulatory Responses The wMel genome is predicted to encode few proteins for regulatory responses. T 1 1149 0 show
10 Results/Discussion Host–Symbiont Interactions The mechanisms by which Wolbachia infect host cells and by which they cau 1 6690 0 show
11 Results/Discussion Conclusions Analysis of the wMel genome reveals that it is unique among sequenced genomes of intrace 1 1036 0 show
12 Materials and Methods Purification/source of DNA wMel DNA was obtained from D. melanogaster yw67c23 flies that naturally c 1 1547 0 show
13 Materials and Methods Library construction/sequencing/closure The complete genome sequence was determined using the whole- 1 2316 0 show
14 Materials and Methods Repeats Repeats were identified using RepeatFinder (Volfovsky et al. 2001), which makes use of the R 1 292 0 show
15 Materials and Methods Annotation Identification of putative protein-encoding genes and annotation of the genome was done a 1 1005 0 show
16 Materials and Methods Comparative genomics All putative wMel proteins were searched using BLASTP against the predicted pro 1 1403 0 show
17 Materials and Methods Phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial proteins For phylogenetic analysis, the set of all 38 protein 1 3655 0 show
18 Materials and Methods Analysis of wspB sequences To compare wspB sequences from different Wolbachia strains, PCR was done 1 1148 0 show
19 Materials and Methods Type IV secretion system To determine whether the vir-like CDSs, as well as adjacent ORFs, were acti 1 1760 0 show