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Table 2 Non-modelled OMPLA insert in Helicobacter sequences

From: Outer membrane phospholipase A’s roles in Helicobacter pylori acid adaptation

Species Representative strain Classification Predicted loop insert
H. acinonychis Sheeba Gastric Insert
H. bizzozeronii CIII-1 Gastric Insert
H. cetorum MIT 99-5656 Gastric Insert
H. heilmannii ASB1.4 Gastric Insert
H. pylori ATCC 43504 Gastric Insert
H. suis HS5 (partially sequenced) Gastric Insert
H. felis ATCC 49179 Gastric Insert
H. mustelae 12198 Gastric NA 
H. himalayensis YS1 Gastric No insert
H. bilis ATCC 43879 Enterohepatic Short insert
H. canadensis MIT 98-5491 Enterohepatic No insert
H. canis NCTC 12740 Enterohepatic No insert
H. cinaedi CCUG 18818 = ATCC BAA-847 Enterohepatic No insert
H. fennelliae MRY 12-0050 Enterohepatic Short insert
H. hepaticus ATCC 51449 Enterohepatic No insert
H. muridarum ST-1 Enterohepatic Short insert
H. pullorum MIT 98-5489 Enterohepatic No insert
H. rodentium ATCC 700285 Enterohepatic No insert
H. trogontum ATCC 700114 Enterohepatic No insert
H. typhlonicus MIT 97-6810 Enterohepatic No insert
H. winghamensis ATCC BAA-430 Enterohepatic No insert
  1. This table lists Helicobacter species, strain, classification (gastric vs enterohepatic) and whether the OMPLA sequences contain the predicted loop. The “Predicted loop insert”—column lists those species that have a long, unique insert that could not be modelled, but predicted to be a longer loop. They are typically found in gastric bacteria. The term “short insert” indicates shorter loops, likely to have a different function based on their residue composition. See Additional file 4 for the sequence alignment file