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Table 2 Selected DHQase, their origins and theoretical molecular masses of translational products

From: Unraveling the kinetic diversity of microbial 3-dehydroquinate dehydratases of shikimate pathway

Codes for DHQases a Origins NCBI accession numbers of Accession IDs at www.genoportal.org Theoretical molecular mass (kDa) Sequence identity
Type I
3002 Escherichia coli YP_489955.1 SBB_00449 27.5 100%
3029 Staphylococcus aureus YP_005744190.1 SBB_00476 26.9 30.0%
3030 Metallosphaera cuprina YP_004409005.1 SBB_00477 23.7 23.5%
Type II
3001 Corynebacteriumglutamicum YP_224725.1 SBB_00448 15.4 100.0%
3003 Alcanivorax borkumensis YP_693728.1 SBB_00450 17.5 50.7%
3004 Bacillus pseudofirmus YP_003425282.1 SBB_00451 16.5 50.0%
3005 Citrobacter koseri YP_001456151.1 SBB_00452 16.5 53.4%
3006 Enterobacter aerogenes YP_004591144.1 SBB_00453 16.5 53.0%
3007 Gluconobacter oxydans YP_190876.1 SBB_00454 17.4 51.1%
3008 Mycobacterium tuberculosis YP_003031384.1 SBB_00455 15.8 52.6%
3009 Psychrobactersp. PRwf-1 YP_001279670.1 SBB_00456 18.4 52.8%
3010 Psychromonas ingrahamii YP_944417.1 SBB_00457 16.5 53.0%
3011 Xylella fastidiosa NP_297340.2 SBB_00458 16.7 52.2%
3012 Arthrobacter crystallopoietes EMY34512.1 SBB_00459 16.3 71.9%
3013 Micromonas poralupini CCH17589.1 SBB_00460 15.4 47.8%
3014 Nocardia brasiliensis YP_006813099.1 SBB_00461 15.6 64.0%
3015 Propionibacterium acnes YP_056375.1 SBB_00462 15.8 43.7%
3016 Streptomyces acidiscabies WP_010352491.1 SBB_00463 16.8 61.4%
3017 Thermomonas poracurvata YP_003300530.1 SBB_00464 16.6 45.3%
3018 Atopobium rimae EEE18006.1 SBB_00465 15.5 41.7%
3019 Acidimicrobium ferrooxidans YP_003110305.1 SBB_00466 16.4 45.8%
3020 Bacillus subtilis NP_390327.1 SBB_00467 16.4 49.3%
3021 Geobacillus sp. Y4.1MC1 YP_003988579.1 SBB_00468 16.0 48.6%
3022 Alicyclobacillus acidocaldarius EED07485.1 SBB_00469 16.3 49.6%
3023 Butyrivibrio crossotus EFF68279.1 SBB_00470 22.8 47.1%
3024 Halanaerobium hydrogeniformans YP_003995185.1 SBB_00471 16.6 51.4%
3025 Clostridium clariflavum YP_005045936.1 SBB_00472 15.5 53.1%
3026 Natranaerobius thermophilus YP_001917881.1 SBB_00473 15.8 43.7%
3027 Ruminococcus champanellensis YP_007829441.1 SBB_00474 16.1 49.6%
3028 Thermodesulfobium narugense YP_004438087.1 SBB_00475 16.8 46.3%
3031 Comamonas testosteroni YP_003279351.1 SBB_00478 15.9 52.1%
3032 Pseudomonas putida NP_745147.1 SBB_00479 16.2 59.4%
3033 Halomonas elongata YP_003899044.1 SBB_00480 15.5 55.8%
3034 Vibrio vulnificus NP_935927.1 SBB_00481 18.7 55.6%
3035 Acidithiobacillus caldus YP_004750222.1 SBB_00482 16.9 50.7%
3036 Klebsiella pneumoniae EMH96211.1 SBB_00483 16.5 51.5%
3037 Magnetospirillum magneticum YP_422069.1 SBB_00484 14.5 50.4%
3038 Zymomonas mobilis YP_162472.1 SBB_00485 15.8 52.9%
  1. The amino acid sequence identities of DHQases to the one from C. glutamicum (type II) or from E. coli (type I) were calculated based on alignment with BLAST searches. The NCBI numbers refer to the wildtype DHQases, and the customized DNA sequences of these DHQases are accessible at http://www.genoportal.org/bbdb.
  2. aThe first digit of the code represents DHQase catalyzes the 3rd step of shikimate pathway, and the following digits are the order when that DHQases were selected.