Skip to main content

Advertisement

Fig. 4 | EvoDevo

Fig. 4

From: Genomic analysis of the tryptome reveals molecular mechanisms of gland cell evolution

Fig. 4

Characterization of the 72 proteins comprising the N. vectensis tryptome. a Abundance of the 24 trypsin-associated domains in the tryptome (black) and the remaining proteins in the predicted proteome (white). Numbers inside the bars reflect domain counts in both datasets; gray numbers to the right of the bars indicate total proteins containing the indicated domain. Pfam domains are listed on the left; see Additional file 4 for pfam domain IDs. b Phylogenetic distribution of trypsin domain architectures. Domain architecture models from the N. vectensis tryptome are shown on the right. The number of proteins with identical domain composition are indicated for each taxon in the table. Actiniarians (sea anemones) are highlighted in blue. 1Maximum number of trypsins from any one taxon in the bacteria/archaea database. 2El, Ae, Ap, Av have trypsin-TSP_1-ShK proteins which were included in this count. Bac—bacteria/archaea, Dd—Dictyostelium discoidum, Sp—Schizosaccharomyces pombe, Co—Capsaspora owczarzaki, Sr—Salpingoeca rosetta, Mb—Monosiga brevicollis, Ml—Mnemiopsis leidyi, Aq—Amphimedon queenslandica, Ta—Trichoplax adhaerens, El—Edwardsiella lineata, Ap—Aiptasia pallida, Ae—Anthopleura elegantissima, Ad—Acropora digitifera, Rr—Renilla renilla, Hm—Hydra magnipapillata, Pc—Podocoryna carnea, Av—Atolla vanhoeffeni, Aa—Alatina alata, Cc—Calvadosia cruxmelitensis, Ct—Capitella teleta, Hs—Homo sapiens

Back to article page