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Table 4 Proteins that are excreted/secreted by S. solidus, detected in at least one secretome and not in proteomes

From: The parasite Schistocephalus solidus secretes proteins with putative host manipulation functions

Protein ID No. of secretomes for which the protein was detected Information from UniProt and BLAST tools Information from sequence, structure, and phylogeny
A0A0X3NX35 4/5 Receptor-type tyrosine-protein phosphatase H Fibronectin type-III domains
A0A183TLI3;A0A0X3PWG6;A0A0X3PW04;A0A0V0J316;A0A0X3PN23;A0A0X3PJY8 3/5 -Tenascin?
-Receptor-type tyrosine-protein phosphatase F?
Fibronectin type-III domains
A0A0V0JA38 3/5 Collagen-like protein Fibronectin type-III domains
A0A183TPG4;A0A0X3P3D7;A0A0X3PTB8 3/5 Unknown Cystatin domain
A0A0V0JBV1;A0A0V0J795;A0A0X3NVP3;A0A0X3P0M4 1/5 (worm 4) Antigen Intrinsically disordered
A0A183TIR8;A0A0X3PCX3;A0A183TT84;A0A0X3PT59 4/5 Sodium/glucose cotransporter Unknown
A0A0X3NT74 1/5 (worm 2) Intraflagellar transport protein 81 homolog Unknown
A0A183TDP7 4/5 Protein with a knottin fold Cysteine-rich protein
Specific to Platyhelminthes
A0A0V0J2U1 4/5 Unknown Gene specific to S. solidus (orphan)
Signal peptide (secreted)
A0A0X3NRK5 4/5 Unknown Gene specific to S. solidus (orphan)
A0A0X3PMK5;A0A0X3PDL5;A0A0X3PEZ1 4/5 Unknown Gene specific to S. solidus (orphan)
A0A0X3PRL9 4/5 Unknown Gene specific to S. solidus (orphan)
A0A0X3NVW4 3/5 Unknown Gene specific to S. solidus (orphan)
A0A0X3PXG6 3/5 Unknown Gene specific to S. solidus (orphan)
TMH (membrane)
A0A0X3PIM2 2/5 Unknown Gene specific to S. solidus (orphan)—Signal peptide (secreted)
A0A0X3PNW2 2/5 Unknown Gene specific to S. solidus (orphan)
A0A183TE24;A0A0X3PRC0 1/5
(worm 4)
Unknown Gene specific to S. solidus (orphan)
g11241.t1 3/5 Unknown Intrinsically disordered
g1854.t1;g12541.t1 2/5 Unknown Peptidase M28B
(glutamate carboxypeptidase 2)
g17644.t1 4/5 Unknown Fibronectin type-III domains
g2.t1 3/5 Unknown Unknown
g6226.t1 1/5 Unknown Unknown
  1. Protein IDs were taken from UniProt or from the new genome assembly. When several protein IDs were assigned to one protein, these protein IDs corresponded to isoforms with identical functions. For each protein, functional annotation was first retrieved from searches with UniProt and BLAST tools. Complementary analyses based on sequence, structure, and phylogeny were used to obtain information