Table 2.

Key alignments of Eut proteins

TargetSimilar protein(s) foundOrganismP(N)a
EutSPduB (organelle structural?)Salmonella typhimurium0.10
EutPNone
EutQNone
EutTNone
EutDPta (phosphate acetyltransferase)Paracoccus denitrificans2.0e-85
EutMPduA (organelle structural?)Salmonella typhimurium1.1e-37
CcmK (carboxysome structural)Synechocystis sp. strain PCC68037.6e-31
EutKEscherichia coli5.3e-22
EutNCcmL (carboxysome structural)Synechococcus3.3e-19
EutESucD (succinate-semialdehyde dehydrogenase)Clostridium kluyveri2.0e-36
EutJFtsA (cell division)Bacillus subtilis6.1e-07
DnaK (heat shock chaperonin)Synechocystis sp. strain PCC68032.2e-05
EutGFucO (lactaldehyde reductase on propanediol oxidoreductase)Escherichia coli6.7e-66
EutHYxeR (unknown)Bacillus subtilis2.2e-105
MTCY04C12.24c (ABC sulphate transporter?)Mycobacterium tuberculosis0.064
EutAFtsA (cell division)Bacillus subtilis0.25
DnaK (heat shock chaperonin)Thermomicrobium roseum0.73
EutBEutB (ethanolamine ammonia lyase large subunit)Rhodococcus erythropolis1.5e-140
EutCEutB (ethanolamine ammonia lyase small subunit)Rhodococcus erythropolis7.6e-26
EutLPduB (organelle structural?)Salmonella typhimurium1.4e-07
EutKEutMEscherichia coli4.4e-22
PduA (organelle structural?)Salmonella typhimurium4.0e-21
CcmK (carboxysome structural)Synechococcus sp. strain PCC79422.1e-17
EutROxoS (putative regulatory protein)Pseudomonas putida9.4e-18
ThcR (probable regulatory protein)Rhodococcus NI86/215.0e-14
XylS (transcriptional activator of XylDLEGF operon)Pseudomonas putida1.9e-12
TmbS (positive regulator oftmb-meta operon)Pseudomonas putida9.4e-12
HrpB (positive regulation of hypersensitive response)Burkholderia solanacearum7.7e-09
CbdS (positive regulator of cbd operon)Pseudomonas sp. strain pBAH19.2e-09
HrpXv (positive regulator ofhrp cluster)Xanthomonas campestris1.6e-06
PocR (positive regulator of pduoperon)Salmonella typhimurium0.084
  • ↵a This score, given by the BLAST program, is the probability that the observed resemblance between entire sequences could occur by chance. For those alignments with high P(N) scores, the relationship is based on shared motifs discussed in the text.