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Fig. 5 | Fungal Biology and Biotechnology

Fig. 5

From: Peptides derived from Kex2-processed repeat proteins are widely distributed and highly diverse in the Fungi kingdom

Fig. 5

Hidden Markov model (HMM) profiles of major Kex2-processed repeat proteins (KEPs) corresponding to Fig. 4 and Table 2. a Top 8 types by number of KEPs per strain, b top 10 types by number of genera possessing KEPs, and c top 7 types by number of phyla possessing KEPs. The top two types in c are shown in b as G-5/P-1 and G-1/P-2, respectively. Type G-4 annotated as yeast α-mating factors and types G-2 and P-6 annotated as fungal pheromones are framed in bold red. The labels are in bold when DUF3328-domain-containing proteins are encoded in the vicinity of KEP-encoding genes. Type G-10 includes the ustiloxin precursor peptide

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