Table 3: Known or predicted N-glycosylation sites for vertebrate CEL subunits.

VertebrateSite 1Site 2Site 3Site 4Site 5Site 6No of sites

CEL
Human210NIT1
Chimp207NIT1
Gorilla210NIT518NGS1
Rhesus207NLT515NGS1
Marmoset207NIT515NGS1
Mouse207NIT325NNT1
Rat207NIT1
Guinea pig207NIT1
Cow207NIT381NAT1
Horse207NIT381NAT515NSS1
Dog207NIT381NST567NAT1
Opossum207NIT381NIT2
Platypus381NVT548NLT2
Chicken207NIT270NTT381NLT3
Lizard207NIT270NTT2
Frog207NIT1
Zebrafish 1204NIT1
Zebrafish 2204NIT1
Pufferfish204NIT1
Fugu204NIT550NVT2
Stickleback205NIT1
Medaka204NIT1

The identified N-glycosylation site is for human CEL (see [10]). Amino acid residues are shown for known or predicted N-glycosylation sites: N-Asn; A-Ala; T-Thr; S-Ser; M-Met; L-Leu; D-Asp; G-Gly; F-Phe; I-Ile; V-Val; sites with high probabilities for N-glycosylation are written in bold face.