TABLE 2.

Sequence identities of the dichlorprop-cleaving enzymes RdpA and SdpA to other group II αKG-dependent dioxygenases

α-KG dioxygenaseaStrain, accession no.% Identitiesb to
RdpASdpA
TfdA Ralstonia eutropha, A2708232/27937/244
TauD Pseudomonas aeruginosa, NP_25262435/27927/258
AtsK Pseudomonas putida, AAD3178431/29631/296
YSD Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Q1235829/27927/304
PvcB Pseudomonas aeruginosa, AAC2167220/29821/277
SyrI Pseudomonas syringea, AAB6325317/32318/308
CarC Pectobacterium carotovorum, AAD3823116/28517/275
γ-BBH Pseudomonas sp. strain AK-1, P8019316/30917/291
CS2 Streptomyces clavuligerus, AAA2672316/20817/275
  • a TfdA, 2,4-D/αKG dioxygenase; TauD, taurine/αKG dioxygenase; AtsK, putative αKG-dependent alkylsulfatase; YSD, sulfonate/αKG dioxygenase; PvcB, pyoverdine bìosynthesis enzyme; SyrI, syringomycin biosynthesis enzyme I; CarC, carbapenem biosynthesis enzyme C; γ-BBH, γ-butyrobetaine hydroxylase; CS2, clavaminate synthase 2.

  • b That is, the percent sequence identity over the total number of amino acids examined.