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Table 2 aroQ subtypes

From: The emerging periplasm-localized subclass of AroQ chorismate mutases, exemplified by those from Salmonella typhimurium and Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Designation Nature of gene product Prior gene/
   protein names
aroQ Monofunctional protein aroQf/CM-F
* aroQ Periplasmic/secreted aroQf/CM-F
aroQ or aroQ Fused with another domain  
Fusion examples   
   tyrA•aroQ•pheA Archaeoglobus fulgidus  
   aroQ•pheA Most Proteobacteria AroQ p
   aroQ•tyrA Enteric bacteria AroQ t
   aroQ•aroD Clostridium acetobutylicum  
   aroQ•aroA Deinococcus, Bacillus, AroQ d
   aroA•aroQ Porphyromonas gingivalis  
  1. The chorismate mutase domain (AroQp or AroQt) has also been designated CM-P or CM-T, respectively, in the older literature ([45] and see [22]). The rationale for terminology to facilitate genomic comparisons, including the convention of using a bullet to separate the domains of fusion proteins, was presented in Gu et al. [46].