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Fig. S1. Multiple sequence alignment of catalytic domain from different bacteriocins.

Fig. S2. Pair wise sequence alignment of catalytic domain from xenocin with E3.

Fig. S3. Pair wise sequence alignment of catalytic domain from xenocin with Barnase.

Fig. S4. Pair wise sequence alignment of catalytic domain from xenocin with RNase.

Fig. S5. Phylogenetic tree of xenocin from X. nematophila, E. coli E3, pancreatic RNase A and Bacillus Barnase.

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