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Table 2 Ser/Thr-rich regions and pHGRs predicted in secretory proteins from the eight fungi

From: High abundance of Serine/Threonine-rich regions predicted to be hyper-O-glycosylated in the secretory proteins coded by eight fungal genomes

Organism Ser/Thr-rich regions Predicted hyper-O-glycosylated regions
  No. of regions No. of proteinsa Length average Maximal length No. of regions No. of proteinsa Length average Maximal length
Botrytis cinerea T4 1850 966 (50.6%) 41.5 1133 606 434 (22.7%) 45.6 437
Magnaporthe grisea 1190 770 (38.1%) 32.1 769 421 543 (26.8%) 36.9 753
Sclerotinia sclerotiorum 1502 782 (50.4%) 41.6 1216 512 356 (23%) 45.8 361
Ustilago maydis 1037 513 (61.3%) 33.7 618 276 214 (25.6%) 32.3 145
Aspegillus nidulans 1202 729 (50.2%) 33.9 499 345 269 (18.5%) 45.9 507
Neurospora crassa 1329 714 (57.1%) 35.6 700 538 389 (31.1%) 38.8 622
Trichoderma reesei 933 546 (46.7%) 36.6 617 311 233 (19.9%) 52.2 418
Saccharomyces cerevisiae 496 265 (44.6%) 65.4 1429 174 108 (18.2%) 66.9 821
Global average 1192.4 660.6 (49%) 40.1 872.6 397.9 318.3 (23.6%) 45.5 508
  1. a Values in brackets represent the percentage with respect to the number of secretory proteins.