Table 2 Characteristics of the CeMbio genomes
StrainGenusSizeaGCbContigscrRNAdtRNAeCMPfCDSgUGhCRISPRiVGjRGk
CEent1Enterobacter4.855.3188998445827870384
JUb66Lelliottia4.652.9178498420726843333
BIGb0393Pantoea5.254.6278298466725400211
MYb10Acinetobacter4.638.317829842441611122
JUb19Stenotrophomonas4.666.3247897407916250135
MYb11Pseudomonas6.160.81566100545622480781
MSPm1Pseudomonas5.762.42470100515920171830
BIGb0172Comamonas5.262.616819645951719031
MYb71Ochrobactrum5.455.9346097519118140162
JUb134Sphingomonas4.167.543659738161292020
BIGb0170Sphingobacterium6.439.917859353911362010
JUb44Chryseobacterium4.733.617809541991173112
  • a Genome size in Mb.

  • b Percent GC content.

  • c Total no. of contigs of the assembly.

  • d No. of genomic rRNA as predicted by RNAmmer (Lagesen et al., 2007).

  • e Number of genomic tRNA as predicted by ARAGORN (Laslett and Canback 2004).

  • f Percent genome completeness as predicted by BUSCO (Seppey et al. 2019).

  • g Number of coding sequences as predicted by PROKKA (Seemann 2014).

  • h Number of unique genes per assembly (PROKKA).

  • I Number of genomic CRISPR genes (PROKKA).

  • j Number of virulence and resistance genes as predicted by Abricate (Seemann T, Github https://github.com/tseemann/abricate) using the Virulence Factor Database (Chen et al., 2016).

  • k Number of virulence and resistance genes as predicted by Abricate using the NCBI Bacterial Antimicrobial Resistance Reference Gene Database (Feldgarden et al., 2019), respectively.