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Table 2 Polyisoprenol-related pathways used in this analysis and respective literature

From: The multiple evolutionary origins of the eukaryotic N-glycosylation pathway

N-glycosylation Eukaryotes (S. cerevisiae) KEGG: http://www.genome.jp/kegg/
GPI synthesis Eukaryotes (S. cerevisiae) KEGG: http://www.genome.jp/kegg/
O-mannosylation Eukaryotes (H. sapiens) KEGG: http://www.genome.jp/kegg/ [87]
N-glycosylation Archaea (S. acidocaldarius) [45]
N-glycosylation Archaea (M. maripaludis) [36, 40]
N-glycosylation Archaea (M. voltae) [36, 71]
N-glycosylation Archaea (A. fulgidus) [50]
N-glycosylation Archaea (H. volcanii) [36, 40]
N-glycosylation Archaea (H. volcanii, alternative) [113]
N-glycosylation Bacteria (C. jejuni) [43]
Peptidoglycan synthesis Bacteria (E. coli) [114]
LPS synthesis (ABC transporter) Bacteria (E.coli) [115]
LPS synthesis (wzy-dependent) Bacteria (S. enterica) [115]
Wall teichoic acids Bacteria (B. subtilis) [116]
O-glycosylation Bacteria (N. gonorrhoae) [117]
O-glycosylation Bacteria (G. stearothermophilus) [118]
Tyrosine O-glycosylation Bacteria (P. alvei) [101]
Enterobacterial common antigen Bacteria (E. coli) [119]
Capsule synthesis Bacteria (E. coli) [120]
EPS - xanthan Bacteria (X. campestris) [121]
EPS - succinoglycan Bacteria (R. meliloti) [122]
EPS Bacteria (L. lactis) [73]