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Table 2 Comparison with O. kitaharae DSM17330

From: Carbohydrate metabolism in Oenococcus oeni: a genomic insight

Sugar O. oeni most frequent phenotypea O. kitaharae DSM17330
phenotype b
Associated genes identified in O. oeni c Present in O. kitaharae?d
Glucose + + manB, manA
mfs0819, mfs1574, mfs0136
nagC, C1 and C2
manB, manA
nagC, C1 and C2
Mannose + + manB, manI manB, manI
Fructose +/− + manC (ss), pgi
ptsfru (ss), fruK, fba, tpi
Fructose gene cluster
manC, pgi
distinct ptsfru, fruK, tpi but fba absent
Fructose gene cluster
Galactose −/+ + Galactose cluster Galactose cluster with distinct permease gene
Maltose +/− + malA cluster Distinct malA cluster
Trehalose + + treA Distinct treA cluster
Melibiose + + galA gala
Arabinose +/− - Arabinose cluster A Cluster absent
Ribose + - ribose clusters 1, 2 and 3 cluster ribose1 absent, locus ribose 3 disrupted
Gluconate ND weak gluconate cluster gluconate cluster
Galactitol ND ND gatA cluster gatA absent
  1. athis study
  2. baccording to Endo and Okada [50]
  3. css: strain specific
  4. d O. kitaharae DSM17330 genome sequence [27] was analyzed for the presence of genes putatively associated with the metabolism of a selection of carbohydrate in O. oeni. The expression distinct cluster is mentioned if O. kitaharae DSM17330 corresponding gene cluster does not display exactly the same gene content (gene identity or synteny) and/or if they are located at distinct insertion sites on the chromosome according to surrounding region