Additional file 1: Table S1. of The genome of newly classified Ochroconis mirabilis: Insights into fungal adaptation to different living conditions

List of genome sequences used in gene families analysis and phylogenomic tree construction. Table S2. Number of CAZyme modules predicted in UM 578 genome. Table S3. Plant cell wall and fungal cell wall degrading and modifying CAZyme families predicted in UM 578. Table S4. Number of peptidases predicted in UM 578. Table S5. Comparison of putative secreted proteases families which had been reported to be expanded in dermatophytes. Table S6. Gene families clusters shared among UM 578 with Trichophyton rubrum and T. verrucosum in this study. Table S7. Predicted lipases in the genomes of UM 578 with skin-inhabiting and non-skin inhabiting fungi. Table S8. Putative biosynthetic pathway genes involved in aflatoxin (AF), sterigmatocystin (ST) and dothistromin (DOT) production predicted in UM 578. Table S9. Putative biosynthetic pathway genes for trichothecene production predicted in UM 578. Table S10. Predicted gene involved in sexual reproduction in UM 578. Table S11. UM 578 specific gene families clusters compared to 16 publicly available fungal genomes. Table S12. Expansion and contraction of Pfam families from CAFE analysis. The P-value for whole family expansion/ contraction is shown as family wide P-value and the node specific for UM 578 is shown (Additional file 2: Figure S15). Only families with family wide P-value ≤0.01 are shown. (XLS 307 kb)