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Table 1 Comparison of genome of P. ananatis Sd-1 with cellulolytic, ligninolytic bacteria, and other P. ananatis strains

From: Genomic and secretomic insight into lignocellulolytic system of an endophytic bacterium Pantoea ananatis Sd-1

Species Genome size (bp) Protein coding genes Total CAZyb % CAZya GHsc CEsd CBMse PLsf AAsg
P. ananatis Sd-1 4,927,500 4332 154 3.6 59 25 11 2 9
P. ananatis AJ13355 4,877,280 4222 108 2.6 52 4 9 0 1
P. ananatis LMG 2013 4,703,370 4076 105 2.6 51 4 8 0 1
P. ananatis LMG 5342 4,908,140 4345 108 2.5 55 4 10 0 0
P. ananatis PA13 4,867,130 4403 112 2.5 59 4 10 0 0
P. ananatis B1-9 5,105,560 4672 129 2.8 58 9 10 2 1
P. ananatis LMG 2665 4,633,915 4397 123 2.8 55 9 10 2 1
P. ananatis PA4 5,163,480 4662 131 2.8 60 7 13 2 1
P. ananatis BD442 4,798,550 4292 125 2.9 55 8 11 2 1
Pantoea sp. SL1_M5 4,924,830 4626 41 0.9 28 2 3 0 0
C. thermocellum ATCC 27405 3,843,300 3263 145 4.4 74 16 90 4 0
C. bescii DSM 6725 2,931,660 2662 88 3.3 49 6 18 3 0
Sphingobium sp. SYK-6 4,348,130 3939 70 1.7 21 1 3 0 0
E. lignolyticus SCF1 4,814,050 4350 94 2.1 42 5 7 0 0
  1. aPercentage of CAZy genes in protein coding genes
  2. b CAZy carbohydrate-active enzymes
  3. c GHs glycoside hydrolases
  4. d CEs carbohydrate esterases
  5. e CBMs carbohydrate bingding modules
  6. f PLs polysaccharide lyases
  7. g AAs auxillary activities