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Table 3 Evidence for Rhizophagus irregularis protein orthology with the Saccharomyces cerevisiae mitochondrial segregation and nucleoid proteic machinery

From: Independent mitochondrial and nuclear exchanges arising in Rhizophagus irregularis crossed-isolates support the presence of a mitochondrial segregation mechanism

Proteina Primary functiona Best reciprocal BLAST E-value Similarity % Phylogenetic orthologsb mRNA expressionc
MDM10 Core components of the mt segregation apparatus 1e-32 44
U9UEK3
MDM12 2e-15 52
U9UFF5
MMM1 3e-53 55
U9U1X0
MMM2 Putative interaction with the mt segregation apparatus 5e-11 53
U9TTI3
MDM31
MDM32
ILV5 Biosynthesis of Val, Ile and Leu 1e-158 76
U9UJR1
ACO1 Citric acid cycle 0.0 84
U9UI83
ABF2 mtDNA packaging ±d 1e-14 48
U9UF16
  1. aDescribed proteins and known functions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Chen et al. [55]), along with the accession number of the R. irregularis ortholog gene candidates
  2. bAs shown in Additional file 3
  3. cBased on the R. irregularis transcriptome data (Tisserant et al. [36])
  4. dTwo proteins in R. irregularis and S. cerevisiae showed close similarity to each other because they share the same high mobility HMG-BOX proteic domains