Figure 2: Eukaryotic-like EAM genes are enriched in prophage WO regions.

From: Eukaryotic association module in phage WO genomes from Wolbachia

Figure 2: Eukaryotic-like EAM genes are enriched in prophage WO regions.
Figure 2

EAM genes with (a) eukaryotic homology are most likely to be associated with prophage WO while those with (b) bacterial homology are both phage-associated and found scattered throughout the Wolbachia chromosome. *The two chromosomal latrotoxin-CTD domains (wNo_10650 and wHa_05390) are located within phage-associated genes and transposases, indicating a potential genomic rearrangement. SecA represents one ‘domain type’ but is listed separately because phage WO contains two different homologues (that is, wHa_3920 and wHa_3930). Putative functional categories are as follows: anti-eukaryotic toxins (orange); host–microbe interactions (green); host cell suicide (blue); secretion of virulence factors (pink); and unknown (black). Octomom refers to WD0513 of the wMel genome.