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Detailed Bioinformatics Analysis of the XXX Pathway in Azotobacter vinelandii

Your Names

Pathway Diagram Goes Here,

Then Delete This Box

  • How many proteins are involved in your pathway? (be sure to include all enzyme subunits; base this number off of your pathway diagram) For how many of those proteins did you find genes in Azoto? Did you have to rename any genes? Are any genes missing for your pathway? If so, how does this compare to Azoto’s close relatives (Pseudomonas sp.)?
  • Any evidence of gene redundancy (potential paralogs) for any of your genes in Azoto? If so, how does this compare to Azoto’s close relatives (Pseudomonas sp.)?
  • Any thing else interesting about the genes of your pathway (e.g., bifunctional proteins)? If so, how does this compare to Azoto’s close relatives (Pseudomonas sp.)?
  • For how many genes did you have to reassign start codons?
  • How many potential operons did you find? How do they compare to the same genes in Azoto’s close relatives?
  • Which of your genes, if any, do you believe entered the Azoto genome through lateral gene transfer from another organism?
  • Any other interesting findings you wish to report?

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