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Research Article

Adding to Yersinia enterocolitica Gene Pool Diversity: Two Cryptic Plasmids from a Biotype 1A Isolate

Table 3

BLAST search for proteins containing the DxxGN DxxGN repeat motif.

DxxGN DxxGN with =Number of repeat Reference, gene product, organism

03CAQ39838.1, hypothetical protein, conserved in Plasmodium species, Plasmodium knowlesi strain H
13ZP_03280828.1, hypothetical protein ENTCAN_00574, Enterobacter cancerogenus ATCC 35316
28YP_001743821.1, putative autotransporter, Escherichia coli SMS-3-5
8XP_001554189.1, predicted protein, Botryotinia fuckeliana B05.10
34XP_002046888.1, GJ13133, Drosophila virilis
3ZP_03508148.1, hypothetical protein RetlB5_24044, Rhizobium etli Brasil 5
4 XP_002224392.1, hypothetical protein BRAFLDRAFT_86726, Branchiostoma floridae
XP_002206131.1, hypothetical protein BRAFLDRAFT_68704, Branchiostoma floridae
57ZP_03166503.1, hypothetical protein RUMLAC_00154 Ruminococcus lactaris ATCC 29176
67079543 LMHCC_2776, YD repeat protein, Listeria monocytogenes HCC23
67ZP_02067325.1, hypothetical protein BACOVA_04330, Bacteroides ovatus ATCC 8483
67079543 LMHCC_2776, YD repeat protein, Listeria monocytogenes HCC23
720YP_002441035.1, hypothetical protein PLES_34491, Pseudomonas aeruginosa LESB58
5XP_002226734.1, hypothetical protein BRAFLDRAFT_89165, Branchiostoma floridae
2XP_001635831.1, predicted protein, Nematostella vectensis

LAST hits with highest number of repeats were selected. recisely, there are 11 consecutive DxxGN(x)4 repeats. hree of the four repeats are part of the triple tandem DxxGN(x)4DxxGN(x)4DxxGN. or spacer regions with , a more specific search strategy is required to obtain significant hits; the repeat used for the Nematostella hit is DxLGN(x)11DxLGN.

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