Data from: Membrane proteins are dramatically less conserved than water-soluble proteins across the tree of life

Sojo V, Dessimoz C, Pomiankowski A, Lane N

Date Published: August 10, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.00731

 

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Title Main results file with counts
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Description The file contains counts of species of each domain that compose the OG, the membrane-protein and signal-peptide classifications, plus evolutionary rates. The first row gives a brief description of the values in each column.
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Title Protein sequences for the selected orthologs in OMA
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Description For each ortholog group (OG) in OMA, we selected only one ortholog per species. For example, there are dozens of E. coli strains in OMA, so if an OG had multiple E. coli orthologs, we picked only one of these and ignored the others. We did this to avoid oversampling and guarantee a wider phylogenetic distribution. We only kept OGs with orthologs from 3 or more separate clades. That is, if an OG was composed of, say, orthologs from 4 different E. coli strains and 2 from B. subtilis strains, we ignored it, since there were only 2 strains represented in total.
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Sojo V, Dessimoz C, Pomiankowski A, Lane N (2016) Membrane proteins are dramatically less conserved than water-soluble proteins across the tree of life. Molecular Biology and Evolution 33(11): 2874-2884. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msw164

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Sojo V, Dessimoz C, Pomiankowski A, Lane N (2016) Data from: Membrane proteins are dramatically less conserved than water-soluble proteins across the tree of life. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.00731
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