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Table 2 Potential aldehyde: ferredoxin oxidoreductases (AORs) in acetogens

From: Bioenergetic constraints for conversion of syngas to biofuels in acetogenic bacteria

Organism Genea Annotation
Aldehyde:Fd oxidoreductase Formaldehyde:Fd oxidoreductase
Clostridium ljungdahlii CLJU_c20210 +  
CLJU_c20110 +  
Clostridium autoethanogenum CAETHG_0092 +  
CAETHG_0102 +  
Clostridium acetobutylicum SMB_G2050 +  
Eubacterium limosum KIST612 ELI_0332 +  
ELI_1752 +  
ELI_3389 +  
Acetobacterium woodii Awo_c12420   +
Moorella thermoacetica Moth_0154 +  
Moth_0722 +  
Pyrococcus furiosus b PF1203 +  
PF0346   +
PF1961   +
Thermacetogenium phaeum Tph_c04180 +  
Tph_c07080 +  
Tph_c08220 +  
Tph_c19480 +  
Tph_c20350 +  
Tph_c27630 +  
  1. aGene accession numbers are from the KEGG database
  2. b Pyrococcus furiosus is not an acetogen but a hyperthermophilic archaeon in which the AOR pathway has been demonstrated [36]