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From: MARPLE, a point-of-care, strain-level disease diagnostics and surveillance tool for complex fungal pathogens

Fig. 3

The 242 Pst genes selected are evenly distributed across the Pst genome and a large proportion encode proteins with enzymatic functions. a For 241 of the 242 genes, near-identical (> 94% pairwise identity) hits were identified in the more contiguous Pst-104 genome and 60% were located on scaffolds that contained only one of the 241 genes. Bar chart illustrates the number of genes identified on the given numbers of scaffolds. b Functional annotation of the 242 Pst genes selected for MinION sequencing revealed that they largely encode proteins with enzymatic functions. Bar charts illustrate GO term analysis, with gene functions associated with ‘Biological process’, ‘Metabolic function’ and ‘Cellular component’ highlighted

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