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DVDY_22055_sm_SuppFigS1.doc54KSupp. Fig. S1. Amino acid alignment of B. marinus SOX9 protein. Sequence is aligned with those of Bufo gargarizans, Rana rugosa, Xenopus tropicalis, chicken, alligator, mouse, and medaka. Amino acid identity is shown. The HMG DNA-binding domain is highlighted. Asterisks indicate amino acids identical in all species. Accession numbers for the sequences used are Bufo gargarizans (ABI34568), Rana rugosa (BAA95428.1), Xenopus tropicalis (NP_001016853), chicken (NP_989612.1), alligator (AAD17974.1), mouse (NP_035578.2), and medaka (AAX62152.1).
DVDY_22055_sm_SuppFigS2.doc41KSupp. Fig. S2. Amino acid alignment of B. marinus DMRT1 protein. Amino acid identity is shown. The DM domain is highlighted. Asterisks indicate amino acids identical in all species. Accession numbers for the sequences used are Rana rugosa (BAF31129.1), Xenopus tropicalis (P85119.1), chicken (AAF19666.1), mouse (NP_056641.2), and medaka (ABB83370.1).
DVDY_22055_sm_SuppFigS3.doc43KSupp. Fig. S3. Amino acid alignment of B. marinus p450arom protein. Amino acid identity is shown. Asterisks indicate amino acids residues identical in all species. The membrane anchor, alpha helix, Ozol's, aromatic and heme-binding domains are highlighted. Accession numbers for the sequences used are Rana rugosa (BAD21352.1), Xenopus tropicalis (AAI18824.1), chicken (NP_001001761.1), alligator (AAK31803.1), mouse (NP_031836.1), and medaka (BAA11656.1).
DVDY_22055_sm_SuppFigS4.doc36KSupp. Fig. S4. Sequence alignments and levels of homology of putative functional domains in the p450arom amino acid sequence. These regions show a general trend of higher homology when compared with the entire open reading frame sequence. Accession numbers for the sequences used are Rana rugosa (BAD21352.1), Xenopus tropicalis (AAI18824.1), chicken (NP_001001761.1), alligator (AAK31803.1), mouse (NP_031836.1), and medaka (BAA11656.1).

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