Figure 1.

Comparison of the CAZyme repertoires (Glycoside Hydrolases and Polysaccharide Lyases) identified in the genome of selected fungi using double hierarchical clustering. Top tree: Fungal genomes analysed (except M. circ.). Fungal species names are listed in Table 1. Left tree: Enzyme families represented by their class (GH and PL) and family number according to the carbohydrate-active enzyme database. Right side: Known substrates of CAZy families (most common forms in brackets): BPG, bacterial peptidoglycan; BEPS, bacterial exopolysaccharides; CW, cell wall; ESR, energy storage and recovery; FCW, fungal cell wall; PCW, plant cell wall; PG, protein glycosylation; U, undetermined; a-gluc, α-glucans (including starch/glycogen); b-glyc, β-glycans; b-1,3-gluc, β-1,3-glucan; cell, cellulose; chit, chitin/chitosan; dext, dextran; hemi, hemicelluloses; inul, inulin; N-glyc, N-glycans; N-/O-glyc, N-/O-glycans; pect, pectin; sucr, sucrose; and tre, trehalose. Abundance of the different enzymes within a family is represented by a colour scale from 0 (grey) to ≥ 20 occurrences (red) per species. The figure was edited using the Multiexperiment Viewer software [49].

Couturier et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:57   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-57
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