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Figure 1 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

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From: Glutamine synthetase sequence evolution in the mycobacteria and their use as molecular markers for Actinobacteriaspeciation

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The distribution of glnA sequences within the genomes of different actinobacterial species reflects the evolutionary history of the phylum Actinobacteria as derived from 16S rRNA phylogenetic analyses and indicates that the gln A3 and gln A4 sequences were acquired in a serial fashion. *(The glnA3 and glnA4 sequences are present as pseudogenes in the genomes of M. leprae and M. ulcerans.)

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