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Table 6. Proteins of D. kuznetsovii conserved across three related species with fully sequenced genomes.

From: Genome analysis of Desulfotomaculum kuznetsovii strain 17T reveals a physiological similarity with Pelotomaculum thermopropionicum strain SIT

Subject DB Input Query D. acetoxidans D. kuznetsovii D. reducens P. thermopropionicum
D. acetoxidans 4,068 1,539 1,525 1,486
1,309 1,316 1,255
D. kuznetsovii 1,509   1,518 1,645
  1,309 3,398 1,330 1,406
D. reducens 1,537 1,571   1,438
  1,316 1,330 3,276 1,211
P. thermopropionicum 1,430 1,600 1,395  
  1,255 1,406 1,211 2,919
  1. BLAST analyses were performed using standard settings and best hits were filtered for 40% identity over an alignment length of 75 amino acids as a minimum requirement. The values show the number of predicted proteins that are homologous to the query species in each row. The number of similar proteins obtained with a unidirectional BLAST is indicated in light blue. Bidirectional best blast hits are indicated in dark blue. Proteomes were obtained from Accession numbers are in parenthesis: Desulfotomaculum acetoxidans (NC_013216); Desulfotomaculum kuznetsovii (NC_015573); “Desulfotomaculum reducens” (NC_009253); Pelotomaculum thermopropionicum (NC_009454).