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Fig. 5 | Microbiome

Fig. 5

From: Oceanospirillales containing the DMSP lyase DddD are key utilisers of carbon from DMSP in coastal seawater

Fig. 5

Maximum likelihood phylogenetic tree of DddD proteins (a) and DMSP-catabolising gene clusters containing dddD from bacterial isolates and metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs) retrieved from this study (b). a The tree shows DddD proteins from strains isolated in this study (in bold), previously ratified proteins (), together with sequences retrieved from seawater metagenomes (MG), metagenome-assembled genomes (MAG), and reference strains (▲). Reference strains were selected as the most closely related strains to isolates from this study having publicly available genome sequences. Bootstrap values ≥50% (based on 100 replicates) are shown. Scale bar indicates 5% estimated phylogenetic divergence. b Gene function is indicated by a colour code detailed in legend. Bacteria in bold are those in which the gene clusters have been experimentally ratified

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