Table 1: Percent sequence similarity between E. ocellatus serine proteases and analogous molecules from related viper species.

SpeciesAccession no.ReferencesSerine proteaseEoSP-1EoSP-3EoSP-7EoSP-17

V. lebetinaCAB62591Siigur et al. [44]Serine proteinase65668064
B. gabonicaAAR24534Francischetti et al. [45]Serine protease 162638265
D. acutusAAK12273Liang et al. [46]Thrombin-like enzyme pre.67677170
T. stejnegeriAAN52350Lee and Zhang [47]Venom serine protease 566666569
T. gramineusO13063Deshimaru et al. [48]Serine proteinase 3 pre.71716176
B. jararacaQ9PTU8Murayama, [49]Serine proteinase A pre.66686674
T. gramineusO13060Deshimaru et al. [48]Serine proteinase 2A pre.65657370
B. jararacussuAAP42416Kashima et al. [50]Serine protease63637268
B. jararacaBAA20283Serrano et al. [51]KN-BJ269686269
T. jerdoniiAAG10788Lu et al. [52]Serine proteinase 1 pre.65657170
G. ussuriensisAAL68708Zhao et al. [53]Thrombin-like serine protease67677271
C. atroxAAL77226Tsai et al. [54]Serine protease catroxase I pre.66656365