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Table 1 Distribution of identified GH domains and multi-activity GHs (i.e., MA-GHs) in sequenced bacterial genomes

From: Natural diversity of cellulases, xylanases, and chitinases in bacteria

GH PFAM Sub. #DOM. #Prot. CAZy MA-GHs (2nd GH domain) Figure
5 6 8 9 10 11 12 18 19 44 48
5 PF00150 Cel. 7908 7885 4907 23 3   2 2 7 41 5   3   Additional file 2: Figure S1
6 PF01341 Cel. 3088 3087 534 3 1   3    1      Additional file 3: Figure S2
8 PF01270 Cel. 5003 5003 1738         1     Additional file 4: Figure S3
9 PF00759 Cel. 2307 2306 878 2 3   1       8 12 Additional file 5: Figure S4
10 PF00331 Xyl. 2541 2535 1579 2     6 20      2 Additional file 6: Figure S5
11 PF00457 Xyl. 534 507 586 7     20 22       Additional file 7: Figure S6
12 PF01670 Cel. 2515 2515 368 41 1           Additional file 8: Figure S7
18 PF00704 Chi. 12,771 12,715 5929 5   1      51 2    Additional file 9: Figure S8
19 PF00182 Chi. 1683 1683 1989         2     Additional file 10: Figure S9
30 PF02055 Xyl. 1361 1361 933             
44 PF12891 Cel. 143 143 104 3    8         Additional file 11: Figure S10
45 PF02015 Cel. 31 31 18             
48 PF02011 Cel. 346 345 724     12 2       1 Additional file 12: Figure S11
85 PF03644 Chi. 941 941 246             
  1. Sub. substrate targeted by the GH domain, Cel. cellulose, Xyl xylan, and Chi. chitin. #DOM. number of identified domain and #Prot. number of proteins identified in this study, CAZy number of identified domain in bacteria according to the CAZy database (http://www.cazy.org, as of March 2016)
  2. Homo-GHs are in italics