Figure 5
Phylogenetic analysis of AHL-lactonases. The lactonases (from top to bottom) are from B. cereus 14579 (Bc 14579; gi:30021556), B. thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki HD263 (BTK-AiiA; gi:22095303), B. anthracis Ames strain (Ba ames; gi:30263417), B. cereus G9241 (Bc G9241; gi:47564581), B. thuringiensis serovar oswaldocruzi (Bt osw; gi:28413776), Bacillus sp. COT1 (B. sp. COT1; gi:19773593), B. cereus ATCC10987 (Bc 10987; gi:42738443), B. thuringiensis serovar thompsoni (Bt tho; gi:22095299), B. thuringiensis serovar toumanoffi (Bt tou; gi:22095301), Bacillus sp. A24 (B. sp. A24; gi:21541343), Bacillus sp. 240B1 (B. sp. 240B1; gi:7416989), Klebsiella pneumoniae (AhlK; gi:31540969), A. tumefaciens (AttM; gi:17223785), Arthrobacter sp. IBN110 (AhlD; gi3:1580543), A. tumefaciens (AiiB; gi:16119885), uncultured Acidobacteria bacterium cosmid p2H8 (QlcA; gi:157644500), Rhodococcus sp. MP50 (QsdA; gi:146742384), M. testaceum StLB037 (AiiM; gi:334302761) and Ochrobactrum sp. strain T63 (AidH; gi:270313530).  [article HTML]