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Table 2 Amino acid sequence similarities between L. amylovorus S-layer proteins present on the bacterial surface

From: Functional characterization of probiotic surface layer protein-carrying Lactobacillus amylovorus strains

  DSM16698_SlpA DSM16698_SlpB DSM16698_SlpC3 DSM20531_SlpA GRL1112_SlpA GRL1114_SlpA GRL1115_SlpA GRL1116_SlpA GRL1117_SlpA2 GRL1117_SlpB GRL1118_SlpA
DSM16698_SlpA 1001           
DSM16698_SlpB 26.8 100          
DSM16698_SlpC3 12.5 16.9 100         
DSM20531_SlpA 48.2 22.7 15.1 100        
GRL1112_SlpA 36.1 25.4 13.0 34.8 100       
GRL1114_SlpA 51.7 27.2 14.1 53.6 36.9 100      
GRL1115_SlpA 53.7 21.1 14.1 55.0 38.6 48.9 100     
GRL1116_SlpA 53.1 21.5 13.3 53.2 38.6 48.4 95.5 100    
GRL1117_SlpA2 37.0 20.0 12.5 37.3 47.8 32.1 34.5 32.6 100   
GRL1117_SlpB 24.0 69.6 17.1 20.2 21.7 22.6 21.2 21.2 22.0 100  
GRL1118_SlpA 49.4 23.3 12.5 53.6 36.0 48.8 54.2 55.8 35.0 18.9 100
  1. 1Pairwise scores were calculated for each pair of sequences by calculating the number of identities in the best CLUSTALW alignment, and by dividing by the number of residues compared (gap positions were excluded).