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Genome summary page

Each genome has a dedicated webpage comprised of four major sections, which are described in detail below.

Genome summary

In addition to the genome metadata, this table displays information about the source organism.

Signal transduction profile

This graph is covered in another section.

Genomic distribution of signal transduction proteins by replicon / contig

These tables reveal the type and number of signal transduction proteins found on each replicon (or contig for draft genomes). The first table provides overall counts of currently recognized major modes of signal transduction - one-component, two-component, chemotaxis, and other (uncategorized). The second table displays the different types of chemotaxis proteins found on each replicon (or contig). Each number inside the table is hyperlinked to a page that will display the corresponding slice of signaling proteins.

Neighboring two-component genes

Indicates those two-component proteins that are found together on the genome. Under the Colocated with non 2CG column are the number of neighboring two-component sets that co-occur with other proteins. There are four different categories of neighboring two-component genes:

  1. Classical - 1 histidine kinase (HK) and 1 response regulator (RR) pair
  2. Hybrid - 1 hybrid histidine kinase (HHK) and 1 RR or 1 HK and 1 hybrid response regulator (HRR)
  3. Complex - 3 or more of any two-component genes in the same genomic neighborhood
  4. Orphan - single two-component gene isolated from all other two-component genes
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