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Figure 4 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Figure 4

From: Parallel metatranscriptome analyses of host and symbiont gene expression in the gut of the termite Reticulitermes flavipes

Figure 4

Distributions of expressed sequence tags (ESTs) encoding (a) glycosyl transferase family (GTF), (b) carbohydrate esterase (CE), (c) carbohydrate binding modules (CBM), and (d) miscellaneous carbohydrate-active and hydrogen-active proteins generated from the host gut tissue and hindgut symbiont libraries. (a-d) Summaries of GHF family members with protein identities and putative taxonomic origins that were determined based on library of origin and database homology. Shaded rows depict gene families not included in the carbohydrate active enzyme (CAZy) database. (e) Bar graph summarizing the distributions of glycosyl transferase, carbohydrate binding, carbohydrate esterase, Fe-hydrogenase, and ferredoxin oxidoreductase genes among prokaryotic, protist and host genomes. See Additional files 2 and 5 for gene by gene summaries and Additional files 4 and 10 for Genbank accession numbers.

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