There are no studies of comparative genomics in Rhizobiales with a focus on symbiosis and pathogenesis processes with the analyzed BTSA1 mouse representative mTOR inhibitor species of both lifestyles and showing phylogenetic analysis with many distinct operons involved in these processes. Besides this, the database offered by this study is the most representative for Rhizobiales until now and will also allow further important
investigations that may help to infer crucial events that had contributed to the evolution of symbiosis of pathogenesis interactions. Methods In order to select the species used for genomic comparison based on their phylogenetic proximity, a reconstruction with 30 bacteria belonging to the order Rhizobiales was obtained. The chosen this website strains belong
to 25 different species and 12 genera and are shown in Figure 1. The reconstruction was performed by using a dataset consisting of 104 concatenated housekeeping proteins  based on the work of Williams et al. (2007)  and kindly provided by the authors, which showed a robust reconstruction for alpha-Proteobacteria. In addition to the species used by these authors, we included the sequences of R. vitis strain S4 and R. radiobacter strain K84, both previously classified in the genus Agrobacterium and both of whose genomes are available: strain S 4 is the pathogenic agent of crown gall disease in grapes, while strain K84 is non-pathogenic and has been developed for worldwide commercial use to control crown gall. The tree generated was then established as the model phylogeny. From this tree, species with the largest phylogenetic proximity with the neighbor species of the other genera were selected, and representatives of the beta-Proteobacteria class were used as the outgroup. Therefore, from the 30 species used in the reconstruction model (Figure 1), 19 were selected for comparative analysis (additional file 1). Rhizobium sp. NGR234 is not present in the reconstruction tree because some of the housekeeping proteins were not available, impairing the
alignment. However, this bacterium was included in the comparison because it contains most of the genes analyzed in this study. R. palustris BisA53 was selected in preference to Nitrobacter Nb-31 1A because triclocarban it is phylogenetically closely related to B. japonicum. Mesorhizobium BNC1 (an EDTA-degrading bacterium formerly known as Agrobacterium sp. BNC1), Aurantimonas SI85-9A1 (a marine bacterium known by its role in Mn(II) oxidation, and unusual in its feature of possessing both the large and small subunits of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase – RubisCO) and X. autotrophicus Py2 (a nitrogen-fixing methylotrophic, found in organic-rich soil, sediment, and water, and possessing genes responsible for alkene degradation) were selected by their proximity to the symbiotic bacteria in the phylogeny model (Figure 1), although they are not symbionts.