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Table 1 Total number of putative glycoside hydrolase (GH), polysaccharide lyase (PL), and sulfatase genes in selected genomes

From: Seasonal and algal diet-driven patterns of the digestive microbiota of the European abalone Haliotis tuberculata, a generalist marine herbivore

  GHa PLa Sulfatases References
Psychrilyobacter atlanticus DSM 19335 13b
23c
0
0
0
2
[32]
127 Vibrio genomes 9–27
22–70
0–5
0–21
0–5
0–9
[33, 34]
111 Mycoplasma genomes 0–6
0–12
0–1
0–1
0
0
[31]
Z. galactanivorans DsijT 44
141
8
15
17
71
[27]
  1. This table also contains total number of GH, PL, and sulfatase families in selected genomes from the three genera of the core digestive microbiota of the abalone and of Zobellia galactanivorans DsijT, a model bacterium for algal polysaccharide degradation. For more details on the CAZyme and sulfatase content, see Additional file 4: Table S3 and Additional file 5: Table S4
  2. aCAZyme class
  3. bTotal number of CAZyme or sulfatase families in the given class
  4. cTotal number of CAZyme or sulfatase genes in the given class
  5. Z. galactanivorans Zobellia galactanivorans; GH glycoside hydrolase, PL polysaccharide lyase. Data retrieved from the CAZy and SulfAtlas databases (www.cazy.org, [35], http://abims.sb-roscoff.fr/sulfatlas/, [36])