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0 TIAB Major Structural Differences and Novel Potential Virulence Mechanisms from the Genomes of MultipleCa 1 1363 0 show
1 Introduction The Gram-negative, spiral-shaped bacterium Campylobacter jejuni is commensal in cattle, swine, and b 1 4602 0 show
2 Results/Discussion Comparative Genome Features The genome of C. jejuni RM1221 is a single circular chromosome, 1,777,83 1 3874 0 show
3 Results/Discussion Phylogenetic Comparisons To resolve the apparent discrepancy regarding the relatedness of the ɛ-Prot 1 1918 0 show
4 Results/Discussion Phages/Genomic Islands The major difference between the C. jejuni NCTC 11168 and C. jejuni RM1221 ge 1 4007 0 show
5 Results/Discussion Plasmids C. coli RM2228 and C. lari RM2100 each contain a single plasmid (pCC178; approximately 178 1 2439 0 show
6 Results/Discussion Transposable Elements Both C. jejuni NCTC 11168 and C. jejuni RM1221 are notable for the apparent ab 1 780 0 show
7 Results/Discussion CRISPR Analysis The chromosomes of all five Campylobacter strains in this study were examined for th 1 1185 0 show
8 Results/Discussion Restriction–Modification Systems The Type I restriction–modification (RM) loci from 65 C. jejuni str 1 2050 0 show
9 Results/Discussion Campylobacter Metabolism There have been relatively few studies of the metabolic capabilities of Cam 1 2707 0 show
10 Results/Discussion Chromosomally Encoded Protein Secretion Systems The five Campylobacter strains analyzed in this stud 1 1434 0 show
11 Results/Discussion Virulence The pathogenic mechanisms responsible for acute intestinal infections by Campylobacter, al 1 4266 0 show
12 Results/Discussion Identification of a Novel Campylobacter Putative Virulence Locus Examination of the C. upsaliensis R 1 1153 0 show
13 Results/Discussion Hypervariable Homopolymeric Tracks The presence of the homopolymeric repeat sequences in the genome 1 1829 0 show
14 Results/Discussion LOS and EP Biosynthesis LOSs and EPs are important surface structures in C. jejuni that function in 1 2730 0 show
15 Results/Discussion Antibiotic Resistance The sequenced Campylobacter strains have adapted or acquired many mechanisms o 1 2464 0 show
16 Results/Discussion Conclusions The comparison of five sequenced Campylobacter genomes has provided the core genetic blu 1 965 0 show
17 Materials and Methods Strain isolation and propagation C. jejuni strain RM1221 ( ATCC BAA-1062) was isolated from the 1 1478 0 show
18 Materials and Methods Genome sequencing The four species of Campylobacter were sequenced by the random shotgun method [38] 1 1408 0 show
19 Materials and Methods Ambiguity rate The ambiguity rate for the unfinished genomes was determined using the following proc 1 1253 0 show
20 Materials and Methods Annotation An initial set of ORFs that likely encode proteins was identified using GLIMMER [96], and 1 411 0 show
21 Materials and Methods Comparative genomics For the identification of species-specific (Table S7) and strain-specific (Tabl 1 1482 0 show
22 Materials and Methods MLST and FlaA SVR typing The MLST of C. jejuni RM1221 was determined by searching the nucleotide seq 1 778 0 show
23 Materials and Methods Phylogenetic analysis The programs SEQBOOT, DNAML, PROML, and CONSENSE are part of the PHYLIP versio 1 2128 0 show
24 Materials and Methods Hypervariable homopolymeric G or C tracts Hypervariable homopolymeric G or C tracts were identified 1 380 0 show