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Table 2 Percentage of in silico DNA-DNA hybridization (DDH)a and average nucleotide identities (ANI)b among the selected Elizabethkingia genomes

From: Insights from the draft genome into the pathogenicity of a clinical isolate of Elizabethkingia meningoseptica Em3

  E. meningoseptica EM3 E. anophelis
R26T [43]
E. meningoseptica
ATCC 13253T [44]
E. miricola
BM10T [45]
E. endophytica
JM-87T [46]
E. meningoseptica EM3   31.90
80.15
91.10
98.52
31.20
80.44
32.70
80.25
E. anophelis R26T 31.90
80.15
  33.60
80.26
68.80
91.52
78.60
97.49
E. meningoseptica ATCC 13253T 91.10
98.52
33.60
80.26
  31.40
80.26
33.30
80.41
E. miricola BM10T 31.20
80.44
68.80
91.52
31.40
80.26
  68.70
91.41
E. endophytica JM-87T 32.70
80.25
78.60
97.49
33.30
80.41
68.70
91.41
 
  1. Nucleotide sequences were downloaded from GenBank. The accession numbers for E. anophelis R26T, E. meningoseptica ATCC 13253T, E. miricola BM10T and E. endophytica JM-87T are NZ_ANIW01000001.1, NZ_ASAN01000001.1, NZ_CP011059.1 and NZ_CP016372, respectively
  2. aIn silico DNA-DNA hybridization was calculated by using Genome-to-Genome Distance Calculator (GGDC) [47]. The percentage of DDH was shown on the top and bolded
  3. bANI values were computed for pairwise genome comparison with using the OrthoANIu algorithm [48]. The percentage of ANI was shown on the bottom