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Table 1 R. eutropha PHA depolymerase and related enzymes

From: Examination of PHB Depolymerases in Ralstonia eutropha: Further Elucidation of the Roles of Enzymes in PHB Homeostasis

Name Function PHA Depolymerase Superfamily designationa Protein IDb Locus tag
PhaZ1 Intracellular PHA depolymerase i-nPHAscl (no lipase box) CAJ92291.1 H16_A1150
PhaZ2 Intracellular PHA depolymerase i-nPHAscl (no lipase box) CAJ93939.1 H16_A2862
PhaZ3 Putative intracellular PHA depolymerase i-nPHAscl (no lipase box) CAJ95139.1 H16_B0339
PhaZ4 Putative PHA depolymerase i-nPHAscl (no lipase box) AAP85930.1 PHG178
PhaZ5 Intracellular PHA depolymerase i-nPHAscl (no lipase box) CAJ95805.1 H16_B1014
PhaZ6c PHA depolymerase e-dPHAscl (catalytic domain type 1) CAJ96855.1 H16_B2073
PhaZ7 PHA depolymerase e-dPHAscl (catalytic domain type 1) CAJ97183.1 H16_B2401
PhaY1 D-(−)-3-hydroxybutyrate oligomer hydrolase N/Ad CAJ93348.1 H16_A2251
PhaY2 D-(−)-3-hydroxybutyrate oligomer hydrolase N/Ad CAJ92475.1 H16_A1335
  1. aPHA Depolymerase Superfamily designation according to the PHA Depolymerase Engineering Database (http://www.ded.uni-stuttgart.de/). Putative primary protein sequences of each PHA depolymerase were used as seed sequences for a BLAST search of enzymes present in the database. Each depolymerase candidate is also classified according to a superfamily, as discussed in ([Knoll et al. 2009]).
  2. bFrom DNA Data Bank of Japan (http://www.ddbj.nig.ac.jp/).
  3. cOriginally characterized as PhaZd ([Abe et al. 2005]).
  4. dSequence characteristics not present in PHA Depolymerase Engineering Database.