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Table 2 Comparison of the total number of protein coding sequences (CDSs) of M. haemocanis strain Illinois and M. haemofelis strain Ohio2 genomes classified by role according to TIGR microbial role categories

From: Mycoplasma haemocanis – the canine hemoplasma and its feline counterpart in the genomic era

Role Category Number of CDSs (%)
  M. haemocanis str. Illinois M. haemofelis str. Ohio2
Purines, pyrimidines, nucleosides, and nucleotides 33 (2.81%) 29 (1.85%)
Fatty acid and phospholipid metabolism 6 (0.51%) 6 (0.38%)
Biosynthesis of co-factors, prosthetic groups, and carriers 8 (0.68%) 7 (0.45%)
Central intermediary metabolism 1 (0.09%) 1 (0.06%)
Energy metabolism 25 (2.13%) 22 (1.41%)
Transport and binding proteins 35 (2.98%) 32 (2.04%)
DNA metabolism 44 (3.75%) 52 (3.32%)
Transcription 21 (1.79%) 18 (1.15%)
Protein synthesis 96 (8.18%) 97 (6.2%)
Protein fate 21 (1.79%) 19 (1.21%)
Regulatory functions 4 (0.34%) 3 (0.19%)
Signal transduction 3 (0.26%) 2 (0.13%)
Cell envelope 3 (0.26%) 7 (0.45%)
Cellular processes 14 (1.19%) 10 (0.64%)
Unknown functions 8 (0.68%) 8 (0.51%)
Hypothetical proteins 887 (75.62%) 1253 (80.06%)
Total* 1209 1566
  1. * Some of the CDSs are in more than one category.