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Figure S1. Identified lysozyme from Lucilia sericata is similar to a digestive lysozyme from Musca domestica. (A) We found a Lucilia lysozyme (FG360533) that is highly similar to a digestive lysozyme from M. domestica (2FBD_A). Signal sequences were omitted for a better overview. Identical amino acids are shown in red. The three-dimensional structure was calculated using the published crystallographic structure from Musca lysozyme (2FBD_A) and swissmodel (http://swissmodel.expasy.org/workspace/) and revealed that both lysozymes from M. domestica (B) and from L. sericata (C) are very similar in structure. However, one exposed loop of Lucilia enzyme shows a significant difference in its structure (indicated by a circle), indicating possible variations in substrate recognition or in adaptation to different targets.

Table S1. cDNAs from the subtracted Lucilia sericata library

Table S2. Genes analysed by quantitative real-time PCR (RT-PCR)

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