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Table 4 Methylation sites for R–M systems in newly sequenced Zymomonas strains

From: Zymomonas diversity and potential for biofuel production

Sequence Type Strains Group % mod Notes
cCwGg m4C CP1   99.6  
cAcnnnnnaTya m6A CP1   100  
rgAtcy m6A CP3   98.6  
craAnnnnnncTc m6A CP3   100  
rcgcAg m6A B-23394, B-4492 Z6  ≥ 99.9  
gcAnnnnnncTga m6A B-23394, B-4492 Z6 100  
gcAgnnnnnnrta m6A CU1, CU1rif2, uvs51 Drainas 100  
tAynwnnnnctgc m6A CU1, CU1rif2, uvs51 Drainas 100 variable in CU1rif2
bgcAnnwnnntgct m6A CU1, CU1rif2, uvs51 Drainas 100 different in CU1rif2
agcAnnnnnntgc m6A CU1, CU1rif2, uvs51 Drainas 100 variable in uvs51
Ccggtgncar m4C PROIMI A1   39.1  
gagntCcnntnnnnnaw m4C PROIMI A1   92.9  
cTgcAg m6A francensis   100 PstI
  1. Capital letters indicate the site of methylation. Methylated bases were detected during sequencing by correlating base incorporation kinetics with base modifications [42]. The methylation motifs were identified using motifMaker software (https://github.com/bioinfomaticsCSU/MultiMotifMaker)