Figure 5.

Weblogos built from fungal and oomycetal CBM1 sequences. The height of the residues represents their conservation among the peptide sequences. Cysteine residues engaged in disulphide bonds are materialized as black lines. The glutamine and aromatic residues that are known in fungi to be important for interaction with crystalline cellulose are shown by asterisks. Similarly these residues susceptible in oomycetes to interact with the carbohydrate substrate are depicted with asterisks.

Larroque et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:605   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-605
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