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Figure 1 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

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From: A phylogenomic analysis of Escherichia coli / Shigella group: implications of genomic features associated with pathogenicity and ecological adaptation

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The distribution of the number of LCBs shared by the strains. Before being filtered, 528 and 618 LCBs were shared by 2 and 36 strains, respectively (orange). After being filtered using a cutoff of 1.01, 412 and 35 LCBs shared by 2 and 36 strains, respectively, remained (blue). A cutoff value of 1.01 means that the length of the gaps in the LCBs is less than 1% of the length of the non-gap regions.

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