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Figure S1. Alignment of spacer regions upstream of the chitin binding domains (CBDs) of lepidopteran insect intestinal mucins including McIIM1 (GenBank accession no. AY057052), McIIM2 (FJ670567), McIIM4 (FJ670569); Plutella xylostella PxIIM (AF545582); Trichoplusia ni TnIIM (AF000606); Helicoverpa armigera HaIIM1 (EU325544), HaIIM4 (EU325565); Epiphyas postvittana EpIIM1 (EV809288, EV808201), EpIIM2 (EV809261, EV807804). Spacers nearest the amino terminus (blue), nearest the carboxy terminus (red) and internal to the protein (black) are shown. The regions are aligned relative to the first conserved cysteine in each CBD (black background) with a conserved motif (gray background) and negatively charged amino acids are indicated (yellow background).

Table S1. Amino acid composition of Mamestra configurata insect intestinal mucins.

Table S2. Data from serine proteases identified in 27 kDa band from Mamestra configurata peritrophic matrix based on liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry spectra.

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