Additional file 1.
Table S1.P. carnosa sequencing summary. This describes the summary of libraries that were constructed for genome sequencing. Table S2.P. carnosa assembly summary. This describes the summary of the genome sequence assembly. Table S3. Gene model support by different lines of evidence. Statistics of predicted gene models. Table S4. Summary of P.carnosa annotations. This summarizes genome annotation according to various classifications. Table S5. Top 50 PFAM domains in Phanerochaete genomes. List of top 50 PFAM domains annotated in Phanerochaete genomes. Table S8. Comparison of the number of CAZymes in wood decaying basidiomycotina. General comparison of CAZyme gene members in various basidiomycotina [5,6,12,17,78,79]. Table S9. CAZymes that showed <60% identity to Phchr orthologs. List and gene expression data of CAZy members showing low sequence identity with orthologs in P. chrysosporium. Table S11. Comparison of the number of FOLymes in P. carnosa and selected Agaricomycotina. General comparison of FOLy members between several Agricomycotina . Table S12. Summary of oxidoreductases potentially involved in lignocellulose degradation by P. carnosa (Phaca) and P. chrysosporium (Phchr). Summary and comparison of specific oxidoreductase members between Phanerochaetes. Table S13. Tandem duplication of P450 genes in basidiomycete genomes. Summary table of P450 tandem duplication in known basidiomycete genomes [5,6,12,17,78-80]. Table S14. P450ome classification in P. carnosa and its membership comparison with P. hrysosporium. Summary table of P450 members in P. carnosa and P. chrysosporium. Table S15. P450s upregulated in wood degrading cultures. List of P450 members in P. carnosa that were upregulated during wood degrading cultivation . Table S16. UPLC peaks corresponding to wood-derived phenolic compounds that were transformed by P.carnosaor P. chrysosporium. Peak annotation and analysis of UPLC chromatograms. Table S17. Assignment of FT-IR peaks decomposed by P. carnosa and P. chrysosporium. Summary of the peaks detected in FT-IR analysis (Figure S7) [81-83]. Table S18. Gradient method of UPLC elution. Summarizing elution method used in UPCL analyses.
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Suzuki et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:444 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-444