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Table 1 Location and properties of genes and deduced proteins of the sequenced fragments of Aminobacter sp. DSM24754 and Aminobacter sp. DSM24755 respectively

From: Novel amidases of two Aminobacter sp. strains: Biotransformation experiments and elucidation of gene sequences

Aminobacter sp. Gene Nucleotide position GC (%) Putative RBS Protein length (aa) Calculated molecular mass (kDa) Protein with highest identity in BLAST Accession number Organism Identical amino acids (%)
DSM24754 ORF1 274-1215 62 TGAGGAGG TAAGACCATG 313 35 N-carbamoyl-D-amino acid amidohydrolase BAD00008.1 Pseudomonas sp. KNK003A 85
ORF2 (1238)/ (62.5)/ ATG ACGGCAATCAATGGGAGA ACGAGCATG (494)/ (53.8)/ putative dihydropyrimidinase YP_675206 Mesorhizobium sp. BNC1 83
1265-2722 62.7 485 52.9
ORF3 3252-2818 59.8 - - - hypothetical protein YP_002542208 Agrobacterium radiobacter K84 78
DSM24755 ORF1 80-1531 63.6 TAGGGG AACTGAAGAAATG 483 53.2 putative phenylhydantoinase NP_103173.1 Mesorhizobium loti MAFF303099 90
ORF2 1780-2601 62.8 TGGGG TAAAACCGGGCAATG 273 67.5 putative ATP-binding protein of ABC transporter NP_103169.1 Mesorhizobium loti MAFF303099 91
  ORF3 2607-3127 62.8 - - - putative permease protein of ABC transporter ZP_09089625.1 Mesorhizobium amorphae CCNWGS0123 88
  1. (−) no data available, due to an incomplete open reading frame. GC = guanine-cytosine content; aa = amino acids, (*) = values in brackets are for the 1485 bp long gene fragment of ORF2; underlined sequence parts = putative Shine-Dalgarno sequence (RBS), sequence in boldface = assumed start codon, sequence in italics = potential alternative start codon.