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Mol Biol (Mosk). 2011 Nov-Dec;45(6):1073-83.

[GHL1-GHL15: new families of hypothetical glycoside hydrolases].

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Domains of fifteen recently found families of hypothetical glycoside hydrolases (GHL1-GHL15) have been used for iterative screening of the protein database. Evolutionary connections between representatives of these families were revealed. Also, their relationship with members of the following known families of protein domains were found: GH5, GH13, GH13_33, GH17, GH18, GH20, GH27, GH29, GH31, GH35, GH36A, GH36B, GH36C, GH36D, GH36E, GH36F, GH36G, GH36H, GH36J, GH36K, GH39, GH42, GH53, GH66, GH97, GH101, GH107, GH112, GH114, COG1082, COG1306, COG1649, COG2342, DUF3111, and PF00962. The unclassified homologues were grouped into 35 new families of hypothetical glycoside hydrolases: GHL16-GHL50. Position of GHL1-GHL15 families in the hierarchical classification of glycoside hydrolases and their homologues is discussed. Several new superfamilies of protein domains are suggested.

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