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Alignment of the amino acid sequences in CvFatB4 and representative plant FatB sequences. These were AtFatB1 from the Arabidopsis acyl-ACP thioesterase (GenBank accession no. Z36910), RcFatB1 from the Ricinus communis acyl-ACP thioesterase (GenBank accession No. EU000562), JcFatB from Jatropha curcas (GenBank accession No. GQ226036), and UcFatB from Umbellularia californica (GenBank accession no. Q41635). The predicted cleavage site of the transit peptide in CvFatB4 is indicated by the arrowhead. Important catalytic residues in UcFatB that are conserved in various plant FatB sequences are indicated by filled circles above the amino acid residues. Conserved amino acid residues are shaded in gray

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