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Table 1 The selected self-interaction proteins

From: Protein-protein interactions of the hyperthermophilic archaeon Pyrococcus horikoshiiOT3

  Annotated or functional predicted proteins Hypothetical proteins
  Gene ID Function Gene ID
Ortholog to eubacteria, eukaryote and archaea proteins PH0125* 5'-methylthioadenosine phosphorylase PH1904
  PH0413* Glucose-1-phosphate thymidylyltransferase  
  PH0540* S-adenosyl-L-homocysteine hydrolase  
  PH0655* Threonine-3-dehydrogenase  
  PH1355 SNZ like protein  
  PH1589* Deoxycytidylate deaminase  
  PH1884* Triosephosphate isomerase  
Ortholog to eubacteria and archaea proteins PH0385 MorR-like ATPase PH0008
  PH0596* Pyrrolidone-carboxylate peptidase PH1305
  PH0634* 6-pyruvoyl-tetrahydropterin synthase PH1503
  PH0762* Probable thymidylate synthase PH1950
  PH0776 Methanol dehalogenase regulatory protein PH0519
  PH0986 Lactam utilization protein PH1474
  PH1153* Putative acetylornithine deacetylase PH1918
  PH1408 Putative uridylate kinase  
  PH1692* Transcriptional regulator (AsnC-like protein)  
  PH1821* Frv operon protein, endoglucanase  
  PHS023* Regulatory protein AsnC  
Ortholog to eukaryote and archaea proteins PH0119* DNA repair protein (RadA/Rad51) PH1257
  PHS042* Small nucleoprotein  
Archaea-specific proteins PHS053* Archaea-specific DNA-binding protein AlbA PH0073
    PH0130
    PH0197
    PH0250
    PH0406
    PH0795
    PH1025
    PH1120
    PH1528
    PH1895
    PHS017
    PH0127
    PH0187
    PH0223
    PH0346
    PH0690
    PH0860
    PH1191
    PH1126
    PH1850
    PH1931
  1. The gene identity code (ID) refers to that of Database of Genomes Analyzed in NITE (DOGAN) [26] entries for P. horikoshii OT3 [26]. Ortholog classification was performed using the Sequence Similarity Database (SSDB) [46] in the Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) [48,49]. *The proteins were reported to form a homo-oligomer in P. horikoshii OT3 or orthologous proteins (interlogs of self-interaction). Proteins unique to Pyrococcus without orthologs in another archaea species.