Table 1

Model proteins used in the present study.

Organism

Topta

Proteinb

ID

Length

Formulac

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Methanothermus sociabilis

88 [62]

CSG_METSC

P27374

571

C2812H4405N747O872S16

-21875

Methanocaldococcus jannaschii

85 [43]

CSG_METJA

Q58232

530

C2555H4032N640O865S14

-24236

Methanothermus fervidus

83 [63]

CSG_METFE

P27373

571

C2815H4411N747O872S14

-21796

Haloarcula japonica

42 [64]

CSG_HALJP

Q9C4B4

828

C3669H5647N971O1488

-43458

Methanococcus voltae

38 [42]

CSG_METVO

Q50833

553

C2575H4097N645O884S11

-24881

Methanococcoides burtonii

23 [65]

CSG_METBU

Q12YZ7

278

C1362H2111N355O442S4

-11677

Acetogenium kivui

66 [66]

SLAP_ACEKI

P22258

736

C3584H5648N926O1138S

-29331

Bacillus stearothermophilus

65 [67]

SLAP_BACST

P35825

1198

C5676H9113N1489O1863S3

-48792

Bacillus licheniformis

50 [68]

SLAP_BACLI

P49052

844

C3977H6396N1068O1286S2

-33598

Aeromonas salmonicida

23 [69]

SLAP_AERSA

P35823

481

C2250H3580N618O716S2

-18233


a. Topt stands for laboratory optimal growth temperatures in °C, which were taken from the indicated sources. b. Compositions of cell-surface glycoproteins (CSG) from archaea and surface-layer proteins (SLAP) from bacteria were taken from the Swiss-Prot/UniProt database [37] using the noted accession numbers (IDs). Signal sequences were excluded where annotated, and names of the proteins except CSG_METBU correspond to those used in the Swiss-Prot database. c. Chemical formulas and standard molal Gibbs energies of formation from the elements at 25°C and 1 bar (<a onClick="popup('http://www.geochemicaltransactions.com/content/9/1/10/mathml/M3','MathML',630,470);return false;" target="_blank" href="http://www.geochemicaltransactions.com/content/9/1/10/mathml/M3">View MathML</a>, in kcal mol-1) were calculated for nonionized aqueous proteins.

Dick Geochemical Transactions 2008 9:10   doi:10.1186/1467-4866-9-10

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