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Table 3 Identified pectin-degrading proteins and spectrum counts on 1, 3, 7, and 14 days

From: A time course analysis of the extracellular proteome of Aspergillus nidulans growing on sorghum stover

     Spectrum countc  
Accession numbera GH familya Identified proteinsa MW (kDa)b Day 1 Day 3 Day 7 Day 14 SignalPd
AN2463 GH2 Beta-galactosidase 115 0 0 50 96 Nf
AN2395 GH2 Beta-galactosidase/mannosidase 69 25 70 83 81 Y
AN8761 GH28 Exopolygalaturonase 48 49 38 18 0 Y
AN8891 GH28 Exopolygalaturonase 49 30 20 0 0 Y
AN10274 GH28 Exo-polygalacturonase, putative 46 0 4 0 0 Y
AN0980 GH35 Beta-galactosidase 109 2 14 8 25 Y
AN0756 GH35 Beta-galactosidase 109 0 5 2 8 Y
AN7151 GH78 Alpha-rhamnosidase 100 4 14 64 83 Nf
AN7828 GH88 Unsaturated rhamnogalacturonan hydrolase 44 11 0 0 0 Y
AN9383 GH105 Unsaturated rhamnogalacturonan hydrolase 43 92 54 60 39 Y
AN0741 PL1 Pectate lyase precursor 35 7 41 28 41 Y
AN2331 PL1 Pectin lyase A precursor 41 17 0 0 0 Y
AN2569 PL1 Pectin lyase A precursor 39 32 29 47 31 Y
AN7646 PL1 Pectate lyase A 35 4 3 19 18 Y
AN6106 PL3 Pectate lyase C 26 6 22 20 23 Y
AN8453 PL3 Pectate lyase C 28 10 0 5 3 Y
AN7135 PL4 Rhamnogalaturonan lyase 56 13 71 71 80 Y
AN4139 PL4 Rhamnogalaturonan lyase 117 6 15 3 5 Y
AN3390 CE8 Pectin methylesterase 35 0 19 11 16 Y
AN4860 CE8 Pectin methylesterase 42 27 3 0 0 Y
AN2528 CE12 Rhamnogalaturonan acetyl esterase 26 4 0 16 16 Y
AN2537   Exopolygalacturonate lyase 44 4 12 6 5 Y
  1. aAccession numbers along with protein information and glycosyl hydrolase (GH) family information was obtained from Pedant[23].
  2. bHypothetical molecular weight of the proteins.
  3. cQuantifying changes in protein abundance between samples from different time points was done using the spectral count method, yielding a semiquantitative analysis.
  4. dSignalP was used to predict secretion signals [23, 24].
  5. eSignalP as reported at [25].
  6. fNot found by SignalP (N-terminal may be incorrectly annotated , a novel signal peptide may be present, or the protein is normally intracellular but was released by autolysis).