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From: Fast solubilization of recalcitrant cellulosic biomass by the basidiomycete fungus Laetisaria arvalisinvolves successive secretion of oxidative and hydrolytic enzymes

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Comparison of Laetisaria arvalis CAZymes to other fungi. The CAZyme sets identified in the genomes of selected fungi and the transcriptome of L. arvalis CIRM-BRFM514 were compared using double hierarchical clustering. Top tree: fungal genomes analyzed : Lae_ar, Laetisaria arvalis; Lac_bi, Laccaria bicolor; Glo_tr, Gloeophyllum trabeum; Fom_pi, Fomitopsis pinicola; Wol_co, Wolfiporia cocos; Ser_la, Serpula lacrymans; Con_pu, Coniophora puteana; Aga_bi, Agaricus bisporus var. burnettii; Het_an, Heterobasidion annosum; Pun_st, Punctularia strigosozonata; Pyc_ci, Pycnoporus cinnabarinus; Cer_su, Ceriporiopsis subvermispora; Pha_ch, Phanerochaete chrysosporium; Tra_ve, Trametes versicolor; Bje_ad, Bjerkandera adusta; Cop_ci, Coprinopsis cinerea. Right tree: enzyme families represented by their class (GH, GT, PL, CE, CBM and AA) and family number according to the carbohydrate-active enzyme database. The double hierarchical clustering was performed using the Gingko Multivariate Analysis System [15]. Known substrates of CAZy families (most common forms in brackets) are indicated to the left: CW, cell wall; ESR, energy storage and recovery; FCW, fungal cell wall; PCW, plant cell wall; PG, protein glycosylation; U, undetermined; a-1,3-gluc, α-1,3-glucans; a-man, α-mannans; b-1,3-gluc, α-1,3-glucan; cell, cellulose; chit, chitin/chitosan; hemi, hemicelluloses; lign, lignin; pect, pectin.

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