Table 1.

Species names, strain and abbreviation codes of the genomes used to validate OrtSuite (Supplementary data - Test_genome_set).

Name and strainAbbreviation codeKEGG idBTA pathwayAccession numberReference
Acinetobacter defluvii WCHA30advT05474P3CP029389-CP029397Hu et al (2017)
Arabidopsis thalianaathT00041GCF_000001735*
Azoarcus sp. KH32CazaT02502P2AP012304, AP012305Junghare et al (2015)
Azoarcus sp. DN11azdT05691P2CP021731Devanadera et al (2019)
Azoarcus sp. CIBaziT04019P2CP011072Valderrama et al (2012)
Burkholderia cepacia DDS 7H-2bcedT03302P3CP007785-CP007787Jenul et al (2018)
Burkholderia vietnamiensis G4bviT00493P3CP000614-CP000621O’Sullivan et al (2007)
Cycloclasticus sp. P1cyqT02265P3CP003230Wang et al (2008)
Cycloclasticus zancles 78-MEczaT02780P3CP005996Messina et al (2016)
Desulfosporosinus orientis DSM 765dorT01675CP003108Robertson et al (2000)
Aromatoleum aromaticum EbN1ebaT00222P2CR555306-CR5553068Rabus et al (2016)
Latimeria chalumnae (coelacanth)lcmT02913GCF_000225785*
Magnetospirillum sp. XM-1magxT04231P2LN997848-LN997849Meyer-Cifuentes et al (2017)
Paraburkholderia aromaticivorans BN5parbT05169P3CP022989-CP022996Lee et al (2019)
Rhodococcus ruber P14rrzT05142P3CP024315Peng et al (2018)
Sulfuritalea hydrogenivorans sk43HshdT03591P2AP012547Sperfeld et al (2019)
Staphylococcus sciuri FDAARGOS 285sscuT05176CP022046-CP022047Mrozik and Labuzek (2002)
Thauera sp. MZ1TtmzT00804P2, P3CP001281-CP001282Suvorova and Gelfand (2019)
  • The genomic potential, based on the KEGG database, to completely encode all proteins involved in a BTA pathway is identified in the column “BTA pathway” (P1: anaerobic conversion of benzoate to acetyl-CoA 1; P2: anaerobic conversion of benzoate to acetyl-CoA 2; P3: aerobic conversion of benzoate to acetyl-CoA). * indicates no literature was found connecting benzoate degradation and the respective species.