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Table 6 InterProscan5 domain annotation comparison between RRes v4.0 versus MIPS v3.2. The number of proteins identified with protein domains associated with InterProscan ID’s that are linked to virulence genes. Those in bold are increased in the RRes v4.0 set

From: The completed genome sequence of the pathogenic ascomycete fungus Fusarium graminearum

    RRes MIPS
Parent Inter ID Child Interpro ID   no. protein no. protein
IPR017853 Glycoside hydrolase superfamily 122 122
IPR029058 Alpha/Beta hydrolase fold 286 N/A
  IPR000675 cutinase 13 12
  IPR001031 thioesterase 5 5
  IPR000383 Xaa-Pro dipeptidyl-peptidase-like domain 4 4
  IPR000073 Alpha/beta hydrolase fold-1 81 21
  IPR001375 Peptidase S9, prolyl oligopeptidase, catalytic domain 9 9
  IPR002018 Carboxylesterase, type B 26 26
  IPR002921 Fungal lipase-like domain 8 8
  IPR002925 Dienelactone hydrolase 8 8
  IPR003140 Phospholipase/carboxylesterase/thioesterase 5 5
  IPR013094 Alpha/beta hydrolase fold-3 30 31
  IPR029059 Alpha/beta hydrolase fold-5 12 N/A
IPR003439 ABC transporter-like 62 62
IPR011050 Pectin lyase fold/virulence factor 33 33
  IPR000070 Pectinesterase, catalytic 3 3
IPR004835 Chitin synthase 12 9
IPR001138 Zn(2)-C6 fungal-type DNA-binding domain 358 316
IPR001128 Cytochrome P450 114 114
IPR011701 Major facilitator superfamily 250 248
IPR015433 Phosphatidylinositol kinase 3 2
IPR015500 Peptidase S8, subtilisin-related 28 29
IPR001283/IPR014044 Cysteine-rich secretory protein, allergen V5/Tpx-1-related/CAP domain 5 5a
IPR011329 Killer toxin 4 4
  1. aOne of these proteins was only partial