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Figure S1.Lutzomyia longipalpis Cap3 and Phrap sequence length comparison. The numbers of sequences were plotted as a function of their length. The black line represents sequences obtained in the study using the assembly process detailed in Fig. 1, whereas the grey line represents sequences obtained by Dillon et al. (2006) using the Phrap assembler.

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Figure S2. Normalized distribution of the biological process subcategories. The distribution of the subcategories for the Gene Ontology (GO) biological process main category were plotted as a function of the per cent of sequences annotated for the same main GO category. The Lutzomyia longipalpis data set is represented by the grey bars whereas the Phlebotomus papatasi one is represented by the black bars.

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Figure S3. Normalized distribution of the molecular function subcategories. The distribution of the subcategories for the Gene Ontology (GO) molecular function main category were plotted as a function of the per cent of sequences annotated for the same main GO category. The Lutzomyia longipalpis data set is represented by the grey bars whereas the Phlebotomus papatasi one is represented by the black bars.

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Figure S4. Normalized distribution of the cellular component subcategories. The distribution of the subcategories for the Gene Ontology (GO) cellular component main category were plotted as a function of the per cent of sequences annotated for the same main GO category. The Lutzomyia longipalpis data set is represented by the grey bars whereas the Phlebotomus papatasi one is represented by the black bars.

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Figure S5. Trypsin multiple sequence alignment.

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Figure S6. Chymotrypsin multiple sequence alignment.

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Figure S7. Aminopeptidase P multiple sequnce aligment.

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Figure S8. Aminopeptidase L multiple sequence alignment.

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Figure S9. Carboxypeptidase multiple sequence alignment.

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Figure S10. PGRP multiple sequence alignment.

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Figure S11. Galectin multiple sequence alignment.

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Table S1.Ph. papatasi sequence function and GenBank accession numbers for genes named in the study.

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Table S2.Ph. papatasi sequence function and GenBank accession numbers for sequences mentioned in the study.

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Table S3. Primer sequences.

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Table S4. Quantitative mRNA Cycle Threshold (CT) values for life cycle stage analysis.

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Table S5. Quantitative mRNA Cycle Threshold (CT) values for blood fed analysis.

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