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Early-branching gut fungi possess a large, comprehensive array of biomass-degrading enzymes

Kevin V. Solomon, Charles H. Haitjema, John K. Henske, Sean P. Gilmore, Diego Borges-Rivera, Anna Lipzen, Heather M. Brewer, Samuel O. Purvine, Aaron T. Wright, Michael K. Theodorou, Igor V. Grigoriev, Aviv Regev, Dawn A. Thompson, Michelle A. O'Malley

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Table S1
Data S1
Annotated transcripts observed in Piromyces finnis
Data S2
Annotated transcripts observed in Neocallimastix californiae
Data S3
Annotated transcripts observed in Anaeromyces robustus
Data S4
Gene ontology terms significantly enriched with non-coding antisense transcripts as determined by a hypergeometric distribution (p<0.05)
Data S5
Proteome of Anaeromyces robustus mapped to transcripts
Data S6
Proteome of Neocallimastix californiae mapped to transcripts
Data S7
Proteome of Piromyces finnis mapped to transcripts
Data S8
Clusters of transcripts that are differentially expressed in P. finnis and their expression profile in response to a glucose pulse as determined by hierarchical clustering.
Data S9
Clusters of transcripts that are differentially expressed in P. finnis and their expression profile on different substrates as determined by hierarchical clustering.
Data S10
Statistical significance of gene ontology terms enriched in P. finnis under growth various substrates (hypergeometric distribution)