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Table 2 Association between dinucleotide signatures preferentially found at C:G to T:A mutation sites and presence/absence of DNMT1 genes

From: Whole genome comparative analysis of transposable elements provides new insight into mechanisms of their inactivation in fungal genomes

Organism Predominant Secondary Dnmt1 class I Dnmt1 class IIA Dnmt1 class IIB
C to T C to T RID/Masc1 Masc2 Dim2
Dinucleotide mutation bias Dinucleotide mutation bias Uniprot accession no. of similar protein Uniprot accession no. of similar protein Uniprot accession no. of similar protein
Lmac CpA - E4ZP97_LEPMJ Nd E4ZS83_LEPJM
Mory CpT CpA Q2KFY7_MAG07 Nd Nd
BcinT4 CpT CpA G2XR28_BOTF4 Nd G2YFT1
G2YJ06_BOTF4
BcinB05.10 CpA CpT A6SAR0_BOTBB Nd Nd
A6RJV4_BOTFB
Sscl CpA CpT A7E1B2_SSCL1 Nd A7ERM2_SSCL1
A7E505_SSCL1
Bgra 1CpG - Nd Nd Nd
Tmel CpG CpA D5GQ57_TUBMM Nd D5G9M5_TUBMM
Pgra 1CpG - Nd E3K0G1_PUCGT Nd
Mlar 1CpG - Nd F4RK98_MELLP Nd
Mvio CpG - Nd MVLG_04160 Nd
  1. Results are shown if the proportion of copies exhibiting a mutation bias was over 10%.
  2. 1Very weak bias (10% of copies). Nd: not determined.