mec12162-sup-0001-FigS1.TIFimage/TIF634KFig. S1 Campylobacter genome analysis pipeline.

Fig. S2 Histograms of nucleotide divergence between C. coli clade 1 isolates (17 and 18) from the ST-828 (A) and ST-1150 (B) clonal complexes and C. jejuni isolates 14, 22, 26, 28, 29, 30.

Fig. S3 Divergence between example C. coli clade 1 genomes from the ST-828 and ST-1150 clonal complexes and C. jejuni.

Fig. S4 Frequency distribution of dn/ds ratios of 584 genes that have recombined between C. jejuni and C. coli clade 1 and 497 that have not.

Fig. S5 Functional category of recombined genes.

Fig. S6 Neighbor-joining trees of putative L-fucose pathway genes.

Fig. S7 Ancestry of C. coli isolates from a published study.

Fig. S8 Neighbour-joining trees for the 13 genes, also present in the analysis of Lefebure et al. (2010), with highest introgression into ST-828 complex - estimated using STRUCTURE.

Fig. S9 C. coli and C. jejuni core and pan-genome content according to the number of sequenced genomes.

mec12162-sup-0003-TableS1.docxWord document14KTable S1 Isolate details.
mec12162-sup-0004-TableS2.docxWord document13KTable S2 Isolate genome details.
mec12162-sup-0005-TableS3.docxWord document17KTable S3 C. jejuni genes absent from unrecombined C. coli.
mec12162-sup-0006-AppendixS1.docWord document29KAppendix S1 Supplementary Methods.
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