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Table 6 Presence of α-fucosidases

From: Fucosyllactose and L-fucose utilization of infant Bifidobacterium longum and Bifidobacterium kashiwanohense

  Strain
  B. longum subsp. infantis DSM 20088 B. longum subsp. infantis TPY11-1 B. longum subsp. suis BSM 11-5 B. kashiwanohense DSM 21854 B. kashiwanohense PV20-2
Alpha-fucosidase BLON_0248a 155 (99 %, 446/449) BBKW_1714
(100 %, 449/449)
 
BLON_0426  
BLON_0346 2339 (97 %, 247/254)
BLON_2335a 2028 (98 %, 769/782) 229 (78 %, 607/783) BBKW_1831
(77 %, 606/783)
AH68_10220
(78 %, 607/783)
BLON_2336a 2029 (99 %, 475/478) 228 (88 %, 423/478) BBKW_1832
(87 %, 417/478)
  1. Alpha-fucosidases of B. longum subsp. infantis DSM 20088 and homologues present in the genomes of B. longum subsp. infantis TPY12-1, B. longum subsp. suis BSM11-5, and B. kashiwanohense strains
  2. aA recent transcriptomic study investigated gene expression of B. longum subsp. infantis DSM 20088 in the presence of 2′-FL and 3′-FL, α-fucosidases that were overexpressed are indicated [34]
  3. (−) not present, in brackets; similarity with B. longum subsp. infantis DSM 20088 α-fucosidases in AA