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Table 1 Strains used, and presence of glycerol/diol dehydratase (GDH) and β–glucuronidase (B-GUS) encoding genes. The presence of gdh was predicted by metagenome analysis of human feces [24] and was confirmed for the used strains based on genome analysis (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genome/microbes/). The presence of b-gus was predicted by Dabek et al. [26] and McIntosh et al. [27]

From: Gut microbial beta-glucuronidase and glycerol/diol dehydratase activity contribute to dietary heterocyclic amine biotransformation

Strain name Strain ID gdh b-gus
Blautia obeum DSM 25238 +
Eubacterium eligens DSM 3376 +
Eubacterium hallii DSM 3353 +
Faecalibacterium prausnitzii DSM 17677 +
Flavonifractor plautii DSM 6740 +
Intestinimonas butyriciproducens DSM 26588 +
Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 20016 +
Roseburia hominis DSM 16839 +
Roseburia intestinalis DSM 14610 +
Ruminococcus gnavus ATCC 29149 +
Veillonella dispar ATCC 17748 +
Bacteroides fragilis ATCC 25285 +
Citrobacter freundii CB 36 +
Klebsiella pneumoniae CB 35 +
  1. +/− gene encoding the indicated enzyme is present/absent in the representative genome. All strains are commercially available except C. freundii and K. pneumoniae, which were obtained in-house collection of Laboratory of Food Biotechnology, ETH Zurich