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Fig. 7 | Fungal Biology and Biotechnology

Fig. 7

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

Fig. 7

Breakdown of Kex2-processed repeat proteins (KEPs) according to the function and the presence of DUF3328-domain-containing protein genes in the vicinity. a A total of 7878 KEPs were broken down into those with (22%) or without DUF3328-domain-containing proteins and not annotated as yeast α-mating factors or other fungal pheromones (74%), and those annotated as yeast α-mating factors (3%) or other fungal pheromones (1%) are shown in the inset. Note that the inset breakdown includes one KEP whose gene is accompanied by a DUF3328-domain-containing protein gene. b All KEPs (left), those in the types containing the KEPs annotated as yeast α-mating factors (middle) or as other fungal pheromones (right) were broken down into those with or without DUF3328-domain-containing proteins

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