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PROTEOMIC AND UTR ANALYSES OF A RAPIDLY EVOLVING HYPERVARIABLE FAMILY OF VERTEBRATE PHEROMONES
2012 The Author(s). Journal compilation © 2012 The Society for the Study of Evolution
- Accepted manuscript online: 18 JAN 2012 12:30AM EST
- Received August 17, 2011, Accepted December 16, 2011
Supp Figure 1 ? Complete Alignment of PMF cDNA Translations. Alignment of derived protein sequences from the 99 unique PMF cDNAs, including a histogram of consensus strength and residues not matching the consensus highlighted in pink.
Supp Figure 2 ? Gene Tree of P. shermani PMF cDNAs. A topological gene tree of postulatedPMF gene duplication events in P. shermani. Bold text indicates sequences with confirmed protein isoforms, and the corresponding branches leading to these sequences are also bolded. Posterior probabilities are listed for each branch. The tree is rooted against xenoxin from Xenopus laevis (Genbank accession # NM001085827).
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