Table 2 : Genes shared between genomes of non-O1 Vibrio cholerae PS15 and O1 V. cholerae N16961.

Description Abbreviation

DNA gyrase inhibitor YacG* yacG Q9KPE1 yacG L1QXA7
Transcription elongation factor GreB* greB Q9KNL7 greA L1R2F8
Autoinducer 2 sensor kinase/phosphatase LuxQ* luxQ Q9KLK7 OSU_2901 L1QTW3
Putative uncharacterized protein VC0929* VC0929 Q9KTH3 OSU_1349 L1QYD5
Putative uncharacterized protein* VC_A0118 Q9KN47 OSU_1575 L1QXZ3
Release factor glutamine methyltransferase prmC Q9KQ26 prmC L1QU18
Probable potassium transport system protein kup kup Q9KM59 kup L1QTS9
Electron transport complex protein RnfC rnfC Q9KT88 rnfC L1QUE4
Probable oxaloacetate decarboxylase gamma chain 2 oadG2 Q9KTU4 oadG L1R348
Thiamine import ATP-binding protein ThiQ thiQ Q9KP42 OSU_1092 L1QYX4
Vitamin B12 import ATP-binding protein BtuD btuD Q9KSL1 btuD L1R0X6
Copper-exporting P-type ATPase A copA Q9KPZ7 OSU_0952 L1QZQ5
Putative fluoride ion transporter CrcB crcB Q9KVS9 crcB L1QWW5
MSHA biogenesis protein MshG VC_0406 Q9KUV6 OSU_1460 L1QXZ4
MSHA biogenesis protein MshH VC_0398 Q9KUW1 OSU_1452 L1QYV1
Sigma-54 dependent transcriptional regulator VC_1817 Q9KR30 OSU_1624 L1QXJ1
Transport ATP-binding protein CydD VC_1181 Q9KSS5 OSU_2736 L1QUK9
Transport ATP-binding protein CydC VC_1180 Q9KSS6 OSU_2737 L1QVL8
Amino acid ABC transporter, permease protein VC_A1040 Q9KKR2 OSU_1389 L1QY57
Peptide ABC transporter, permease protein, putative VC_A0590 Q9KLZ9 OSU_0554 L1R1Z6
Multidrug transporter, putative VC_1391 Q9KS68 OSU_2315 L1QVM0
Thiamin ABC transporter, periplasmic thiamin-binding protein VC_2539 Q9KP40 OSU_1094 L1QYM0
Cbb3-type cytochrome c oxidase subunit VC_1439 Q9KS22 OSU_0068 L1R226
Benzoate transport protein VC_1970 Q9KQM8 OSU_3112 L1QUT1
ABC transporter, permease protein VC_A1099 Q9KKK5 OSU_2952 L1QTR7
Transporter, LysE family VC_1712 Q9KRD0 OSU_1426 L1QZ42
ABC-type multidrug transport system, permease component VC_0590 Q9KUD2 OSU_0545 L1R0T8
Proton/glutamate symport protein / Sodium/glutamate symport protein VC_A0088 Q9KN77 OSU_1542 L1QY02
NADH dehydrogenase, putative VC_1581 Q9KRQ5 OSU_1036 L1R051
Na+/H+ antiporter, putative VC_0389 Q9KUX0 OSU_1443 L1QY90
Cytochrome b561, putative VC_A0249 Q9KMS1 OSU_0494 L1R0V0
Osmosensitive K+ channel histidine kinase KdpD/ Sensor histidine kinase VC_A0531 Q9KM57 OSU_3424 L1QSJ3
Xanthine/uracil permease family protein VC_2712 Q9KNM0 OSU_0044 L1R323
DNA polymerase I/DNA polymerase II/ DNA polymerase IV§ dinB Q9KPS5 dinB L1R1B3
Nuclease SbcCD subunit C§ sbcC Q9KM67 OSU_3415 L1QTC3
Deoxyribodipyrimidine photo-lyase§ phrA Q9KNA8 OSU_1512 L1QXV4
Tyrosine--tRNA ligase 1§ tyrS1 Q9KUQ0 tyrS L1QY24
Formate--tetrahydrofolate ligase§ fhs Q9KLX7 fhs L1R108
Valine--tRNA ligase§ valS Q9KP73 valS L1QXG6
ADP-L-glycero-D-manno-heptose-6-epimerase§ hldD Q06963 hldD L1QT14
Ferrochelatase§ hemH Q9KTB6 hemH L1QUK6
Tetraacyldisaccharide 4'-kinase§ lpxK Q9KQX0 lpxK L1QYU9
7-carboxy-7-deazaguanine synthase§ queE Q9KS94 queE L1QVP2
A/G-specific adenine glycosylase§ VC_0452 Q9KUR3 OSU_1912 L1QX56
Exodeoxyribonuclease V alpha chain§ VC_2319 Q9KPP7 OSU_0379 L1R140
Exodeoxyribonuclease V beta chain/Exodeoxyribonuclease III§ VC_2320 Q9KPP6 OSU_0378 L1R0Z3
Exodeoxyribonuclease V gamma chain§ VC_2322 Q9KPP4 OSU_0376 L1R185
DNA helicase IV§ VC_A0204 Q9KMW4 OSU_3456 L1QTP1
Putative phosphatase YqaB§ VC_A0662 Q9KLS9 OSU_0250 L1R2A2
Non-canonical purine NTP phosphatase§ VC_0702 Q9KU27 OSU_3053 L1QU16
Non-canonical purine NTP pyrophosphatase§ VC_0456 Q9KUQ9 OSU_1907 L1QX52
Putative quercetin 2,3-dioxygenase VC_A0969§ VC_A0969 Q9KKY1 OSU_1671 L1QYQ8
Aldose 1-epimerase§ VC_1594 Q9KRP2 OSU_1049 L1QZA8
Dihydrofolate reductase§ VC_0440 Q9KUS5 OSU_1494 L1QZC9
Cbb3-type cytochrome c oxidase subunit§  VC_1439 Q9KS22 OSU_0068 L1R226
Molybdopterin-guanine dinucleotide biosynthesis protein MobA¶ mobA Q9KRV8 mobA L1QZN1
Molybdopterin-guanine dinucleotide biosynthesis protein MobB¶ VC_1527 Q9KRV7 OSU_0936 L1QZT6
DamX-related protein|| VC_2627 Q9KNV3 OSU_1180 L1QZ10

The table represents a list of genes present in both of the genomes in which the genes share 98 % identity. Included in this table are genes
predicted to code for categories including virulence, disease and defense, membrane transport, DNA metabolism, dormancy and sporulation and
regulons. In the table, the first column includes protein designations and descriptions. The second and fourth columns represent abbreviated gene
identifications; the third and fifth represent accession numbers for the listed genes. Proteins with the (*) symbol have putative functions in virulence,
disease and defense. Proteins with () and (§) symbols represent proteins that have functions in membrane transport and DNA metabolism
categories, respectively. Proteins with the symbol ( || ) have functions within dormancy and sporulation categories, and (¶) include proteins that are
part of regulons.

Varela et al.Genomics Discovery  2014 2:1DOI : 10.7243/2052-7993-2-1