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Table 1 A survey of the data available for the different apicomplexan genomes in LAMP. The analysis is updated from the survey table published in the previous publication [5]

From: An integrated approach to understand apicomplexan metabolism from their genomes

Organism No of metabolic pathways No of unique enzymesa No of missing enzymesb No of reactionsc Total no of metabolitesd No of metabolites from hoste No of end metabolites to host or of unknown fatef
T. gondii 51 419 17 509 500 41 23
N. caninum 51 412 23 509 500 41 23
C. muris 31 224 15 255 281 32 7
C. parvum 28 207 10 231 261 31 8
C. hominis 28 200 17 230 261 31 8
T. parva 32 213 17 234 258 26 9
T. annulata 32 214 16 235 258 26 9
B. bovis 32 216 11 233 256 26 9
  1. a Unique Enzymes represent total unique enzyme activities (enzymes with full, partial and no EC numbers) annotated to be present in the pathways for an organism.
  2. b Missing enzymes represent the enzymes need to be present to complete the metabolic pathways. They may either be missing in the gene model predictions or may be absent in the organism.
  3. c Total number of biochemical reactions annotated to metabolic pathways from KEGG REACTION database.
  4. d Total number of metabolites annotated to metabolic pathways from KEGG COMPOUND and KEGG GLYCAN databases.
  5. e Number of precursor metabolites in the metabolic pathways that are annotated to be obtained from host. This number does not include any other metabolites that are obtained from host and not part of any of the annotated pathways in LAMP.
  6. f Number of end metabolites in the metabolic pathways that does not end up in a downstream pathway. These can either be metabolites that end up in host or the fate pathways are unknown.