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Table 1 Published evidence for PAMs in CRISPR types I and II

From: Motif depletion in bacteriophages infecting hosts with CRISPR systems

Type Motif Species Evidence Publication
I-A GG Metallosphaera sedula, computational [4]
   Sulfolobus solfataricus   
I-A GG Sulfolobus solfataricus interference [7]
I-A GG Sulfolobus islandicus interference [8]
I-B ACT,TAA, Haloferax volcanii interference [9]
  TAT, TAG,    
  TTC, CAC    
I-B GG Methanothermobacter, computational [4]
   Listeria monocytogenes   
I-C GAA Streptococcus mutans computational [6]
I-C GAA Streptococcus pyogenes, computational [4]
   Xanthomonas oryzae   
I-D GTY Microcystis aeruginosa computational [10]
I-E AAG Erwinia amylovora computational [11]
I-E AAG Pseudomonas aeruginosa computational [4],
I-E AWG Escherichia coli computational [4]
I-E ATG Escherichia coli interference [13]
I-E AAG Escherichia coli plasmid elimination [14],
I-E AAG,ATG, Escherichia coli interference [16]
I-E AAY Gardnerella vaginalis computational [17]
I-E AAY Lactobacillus casei computational [18]
I-F GG Escherichia coli interference [19]
I-F GG Pectobacterium atrosepticum interference [20]
I-F GG Pseudomonas aeruginosa computational [4],
I-F GG Shewanella spp. computational [4]
II GG Streptococcus agalactiae, computational [4]
   Streptococcus pyogenes,   
   Listeria monocytogenes   
II GG Streptococcus agalactiae interference [21]
II GG or Streptococcus mutans computational [6]
II YAAAWY Streptococcus mutans phage challenge [6]
II GGNG Streptococcus thermophilus computational [22]
II GGNG Streptococcus thermophilus interference [23]
II GG Streptococcus pyogenes, interference [24]
   Streptococcus mutans,   
   Streptococcus thermophilus,   
   Francisella novicida   
II ACA Campylobacter jejuni interference [24]
II GATT Neisseria meningitidis interference [24]
II GNNNCNNA Pasteurella multocida interference [24]
II AGAAW Streptococcus thermophilus phage challenge [25]
II AAAAW Streptococcus thermophilus interference [24]
II TGAAA Lactobacillus casei computational [18]
  1. The PAM orientation is displayed arbitrarily. See text for details on the different types of evidence. * - the interference function of the system was shown in E. coli.