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Table 6. Genes with putative carbohydrate sensing function

From: Complete Genome Sequence of Clostridium clariflavum DSM 19732

Loci Domain structure1 Putative Substrate Matches in C. thermocellum2 % similarity
Clocl_1053/Clocl_1054 SigI / RsgI-UK-CBM3 Cellulose Cthe_0268/Cthe_0267 61/41
Clocl_2843/Clocl_2844 SigI / RsgI-UK-CBM3 Cellulose Cthe_0058/Cthe_0059 58/31
Clocl_4008/Clocl_4009 SigI / RsgI-UK-CBM3 Cellulose Cthe_0058/Cthe_0059 59/36
Clocl_2098/Clocl2099 SigI / RsgI-UK-CBM42 Xylan Cthe_1272/Cthe_1273 72/44
Clocl_2747/Clocl_2748 SigI / RsgI-UK-PA14-PA14 Pectin Cthe_0315/Cthe_0316 43/32
Clocl_2044/Clocl_2045 SigI / RsgI-UK Unknown Cthe_2975/Cthe_2974 44/32
Clocl_4136/Clocl_4137 SigI / RsgI-UK Unknown Cthe_2522/Chte_2521 63/42
Clocl_2797/Clocl_2798 SigI / RsgI-UK Unknown Cthe_2975/Cthe_2974 65/59
  1. 1Domain structure denotes pairs of sigma I-like protein (SigI) and its associated trans-membrane protein (RsgI), containing domains of unknown function (UK), carbohydrate binding domains from families 3 (CBM3) and 42 (CBM42), and a conserved domain proposed to have pectin-binding function (PA14).
  2. 2Indicates matches in pairs of loci in the C. thermocellum ATCC 27405 genome