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Sequences with unique architectures in Methylotenera versatilis 301

These sequences have architectures that are not found in any other organism or strain from Eukaryotes, Archaea and Bacteria. They may exist in viruses or other sequence sets. To look for the architecture in other sequence sets click on the image for the protein, then on the protein page click through on the image one more time to be taken to the architecture page where the presence in all genomes and data sets will be listed.

Unique architectures for individual genomes

The sequences shown below are for architectures which are unique to the genome on this page. To see the sequences with architectures unique to a set of genomes (e.g. including other strains of the same genome), then enter a comma-separated list of the genome codes below. To get genome codes click here:
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Unique architectures in the genome

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Genome: Methylotenera versatilis 301 contains 10 proteins with 10 unique architectures.