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Table 2 Differences in proteins produced, excluding shared single copy proteins

From: Comparison of the protein-coding gene content of Chlamydia trachomatis and Protochlamydia amoebophila using a Raspberry Pi computer

Protein relationship Group number Protein name
Unique to P. amoebophila *1 1 F-box
2 Transposases
3 Putative tetratricopeptide repeat protein
4 Sel1 repeat protein4
5 Transposases
Unique to C. trachomatis 10 Polymorphic outer membrane protein
16 *2 Effector from type III secretion system
70 Polymorphic outer membrane protein
71 Hypothetical membrane associated protein
72 Hypothetical membrane associated protein
148 Deubiquitinase and deneddylase
149 Biotin synthase
150 *3 Threonine-rich GPI-anchored glycoprotein
151 Outer membrane proteins
Single in C. trachomatis but multiple in P. amoebophila 11 Virulence plasmid integrases
18 Low calcium response proteins
19 Pb, Cd, Zn and Hg transporting ATPases
36 Excinuclease ABC subunit A
38 Chaperonins
39 Putative antibiotic transporter
40 *4
41 Nucleoside diphosphate kinases
Single in P. amoebophila but multiple in C. trachomatis 9 Phosphatidylcholine-hydrolyzing phospholipase D (PLD) family
Multiple in both species 8 Tyrosine-specific transport protein
  1. Protein families are uniquely identified by arbitrary group numbers, whose member proteins’ accession numbers are given in Additional file 1. For notes numbered *2 to *4, see Table 3. *1 In this category, only the largest five groups are shown. All proteins within these five groups were putative and uncharacterised, probable protein function was obtained by finding homologs on UniProtKB with >50 % sequence identity. For group three, although no homologs were found with >50 % sequence identity, it is possible that they are tetratricopeptide proteins as all within this group showed >30 % sequence identity to various tetratricopeptide proteins
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