Figure. . Phylogenic relationship among the 16S rRNA methylases. Each amino acid sequence was subjected to the analysis referred to the following sources: FmrO, accession no. JN0651; Kmr, accession no. AB164642; GrmA, accession no. M55520; GrmB, accession no. M55521; GrmO, accession no. AY524043; Kan, accession no. AJ414669; Sgm, accession no. A45282; KgmB, accession no. S60108; NbrB, accession no. AF038408; FMRO, Q08325; RmtA, (6); RmtB, (7); ArmA, (8); predicted enoyl-CoA hydratase/carnithine racemase of uncultured marine gamma proteobacterium EBAC20E09, accession no. AAS73112; putative methylase of Chlorobium tepidum, accession no. AAM72273; hypothetical protein of Nanoarchaeum equitans, accession no. AAR39385. The ClustalW program provided by the DNA Data Bank of Japan (http://www.ddbj.nig.ac.jp/search/clustalw-e.html) was used in this study.
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