TABLE 3

AAD ORFs are highly varied among sequenced S. cerevisiae genomes

StrainNucleic acid sequence similarity/amino acid sequence similarity (%)a
LabPathogenWineBeerSake
BY4741Sigma1278bYJM789EC1118AWRI1631AWRI796Lalvin QA23VL3Fosters BFosters OKyokai no. 7
AAD3100/10098.2/82.796.4/93.799.8/99.599.9/99.599.4/82.199.7/67.699.8/85.2NRNRNR
AAD4-136G99.9/83.5NR93.2/93.994.3/84.694.4/84.394.3/84.394.2/71.394.2/84.395.9/84.394.3/84.393.4/94.7
AAD6518G99.9/-NRNRNRNRNRNRNRNRNR99.8/-
AAD10-35C99.9/76.487.3/55.299.9/76.499.7/76.499.8/76.199.6/99.5NR92.6/72.9NRNR*/*
AAD14100/100100/10099.2/99.597.1/97.6NR97.1/97.696.9/52.096.9/65.397.3/97.197.5/97.3100/100
AAD15100/100100/100NR97.7/95.1NRNRNRNRNRNRNR
  • a Nucleic acid/amino acid sequence similarities are relative to query sequences from lab strain S288C. NR, AAD homologs were not retrieved. *, percentage similarity not calculated when only partial sequences were found at the end of a sequencing contig with missing 3' or 5' coding sequences. (Note: high similarity in nucleic acids can result in low amino acid similarity due to ORF truncation.)