$VAR1 = 'page'; $VAR2 = 'shownetwork'; $VAR3 = 'dbase'; $VAR4 = 'superdb'; $VAR5 = 'file'; $VAR6 = 'bcereusgrp_isolates.xml'; Expires: Tue, 26 Jan 2021 23:08:50 GMT Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2021 23:08:50 GMT Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1 Bacillus cereus group Multi-Scheme MLST SuperDatabase

Bacillus cereus group Multi-Scheme Genetic Network

The superclusters of genetically closely related isolates sharing identical MLST profiles (based on any of the 5 schemes) have been mapped onto the phylogenetic supertree in order to give a combined and integrative genetic and phylogenetic overview ("snapshot") of the Bacillus cereus group population. The phylogenetic position of each supercluster is given by a randomly chosen isolate selected to represent the supercluster. The superclusters are displayed as filled lightblue boxes. All other individual isolates in the supertree correspond to singletons that do not share identical MLST profiles with any isolate in the database. The isolates can be colored by species or source (origin), or left uncolored. The detailed compositions of the superclusters and the list of singletons are available in the Supercluster Browsing page.

The global integrative genetic snapshot is drawn as an unrooted network in SVG (scalable vector graphics) format using the "neato" program of the Graphviz package and can be browsed using the Java ZGRViewer. It should be noted that, because of layout constraints, the branch lengths in the unrooted network do not correspond to the actual branch lengths in the supertree and all superclusters are drawn at a fixed size independent of the number of isolates they contain.
Click on the navigation buttons to move in any direction and zoom in or out. You can also use the arrows keys on your keyboard or left-click and drag the light purple square in the Overview panel to move around the network. Moreover, the network can be moved directly by left-clicking and dragging it, and zoomed in or out using the mouse wheel. Left-clicking on a supercluster or isolate name will zoom in on that supercluster or isolate. Middle-button clicking on a supercluster or isolate name will link to an information page with details about that supercluster or isolate. Middle-button clicking on an internal node will load a new page displaying the subtree including all descendants of that node in the supertree.
Note: if you experience problems navigating the network with Internet Explorer or Safari, then use another web browser; Netscape, Firefox, Opera, or Google Chrome will work.

 Color isolates by:  (By default, the network colored by species is shown.)
The network can be saved in a PDF document or an image in GIF format (to reduce file size, the image was compressed; to uncompress it you will need an utility such as "gzip/gunzip" on Unix or "WinZip" on Windows).
Species names are abbreviated as follows:
B.a, B.anthracis; B.c, B.cereus; B.t, B.thuringiensis; B.m, B.mycoides; B.p, B.pseudomycoides; B.w, B.weihenstephanensis; B.cy, B.cytotoxicus; B.to, B.toyonensis; B.g, B.gaemokensis; B.ma, B.manliponensis; B.b, B.bingmayongensis; B.cg, uncharacterized B.cereus group strain.
For coloring the keys are as follows:
species keys:  Supercluster,B.an,B.ce,B.th,B.my,B.ps,B.we,B.cy,B.to,B.ga,B.ma,B.bi,B.cg.
source keys:  Supercluster,Human,Dairy,Plant,Soil,Animal,Food,other,unknown.