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Table 1 Basic features of C5-MTase and dMTase genes identified in D. officinale

From: Genome-wide identification and analysis of DNA methyltransferase and demethylase gene families in Dendrobium officinale reveal their potential functions in polysaccharide accumulation

Gene name Gene ID Chromosome location ORFa (bp) AAb (aa) MWc (kDa) GRAVYd value pIe Intronf Predicted subcellular localization
DoMET1 Dca001068 Scaff_scaffold_716 4605 1534 173.71 -0.414 5.76 18 Nuclear
DoCMT1 Dca005086 Scaff_scaffold_370 2883 960 107.69 -0.626 6.24 26 Nuclear
DoCMT2 Dca003680 Scaff_scaffold_390 975 324 36.43 -0.238 7.49 7 Nuclear
DoCMT3 Dca021108 Scaff_scaffold_883 2670 889 100.30 -0.543 5.34 28 Nuclear
DoDRM1 Dca019831 Scaff_scaffold_547 1425 474 53.70 -0.367 9.16 5 Cytoplasmic
DoDRM2 Dca002179 Scaff_scaffold_1220 1749 582 65.32 -0.469 5.00 12 Nuclear
DoDRM3 Dca020469 Scaff_scaffold_726 1473 527 59.32 -0.416 6.18 17 Nuclear
DoDNMT2 Dca009405 Scaff_scaffold_264 1053 350 40.11 -0.235 6.60 13 Nuclear
DoDML3 Dca014673 Scaff_scaffold_807 4143 1380 156.56 -0.597 7.85 39 Nuclear
DoROS1a Dca024052 Scaff_scaffold_489 5568 1855 207.52 -0.592 7.01 37 Nuclear
DoROS1b Dca020504 Scaff_scaffold_993 5712 1903 212.56 -0.603 6.70 34 Nuclear
  1. aORF, open reading frame; bAA, amino acid; cMW, molecular weight; dGRAVY, grand average of hydrophobicity; epI, theoretical isoelectric point; fIntron, number of introns. Subcellular localization was predicted by Plant-mPLoc (http://www.csbio.sjtu.edu.cn/bioinf/plant-multi/)