Additional file 9: Figure S6. of Comparative genomic analyses reveal broad diversity in botulinum-toxin-producing Clostridia

  • Brian T. Foley (Contributor)
  • Charles H D Williamson (Contributor)
  • Jeffrey Foster (University of New Hampshire, Northern Arizona University) (Contributor)
  • Miia Lindström (Contributor)
  • Karen Hill (Contributor)
  • Hannu Korkeala (Contributor)
  • Jason W. Sahl (Contributor)
  • Paul Keim (Northern Arizona University) (Contributor)
  • Leonard A. Smith (Contributor)
  • Theresa J. Smith (Contributor)
  • Gary Xie (Contributor)
  • Rafael A. Fernández (Contributor)

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bont gene phylogeny. A phylogeny inferred with FastTree2 [54] on a nucleotide alignment (MUSCLE [57]) of botulinum neurotoxin genes. Gray circles indicate bootstrap values over 90Â %. The tree was rooted with tetanus toxin gene sequences in FigTree [55]. (PDF 54 kb)
Date made availableJan 1 2016
Publisherfigshare Academic Research System

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