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Abstract

Lipases are interesting enzymes, which contribute important roles in maintaining lipid homeostasis and cellular metabolisms. Using available genome data, seven lipase families of oleaginous and non-oleaginous yeast and fungi were categorized based on the similarity of their amino acid sequences and conserved structural domains. Of them, triacylglycerol lipase (patatin-domain-containing protein) and steryl ester hydrolase (abhydro_lipase-domain-containing protein) families were ubiquitous enzymes found in all species studied. The two essential lipases rendered signature characteristics of integral membrane proteins that might be targeted to lipid monolayer particles. At least one of the extracellular lipase families existed in each species of yeast and fungi. We found that the diversity of lipase families and the number of genes in individual families of oleaginous strains were greater than those identified in non-oleaginous species, which might play a role in nutrient acquisition from surrounding hydrophobic substrates and attribute to their obese phenotype. The gene/enzyme catalogue and relevant informative data of the lipases provided by this study are not only valuable toolboxes for investigation of the biological role of these lipases, but also convey potential in various industrial applications.

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