Data from: Translational selection frequently overcomes genetic drift in shaping synonymous codon usage patterns in vertebrates

 

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Description Plots of axis 1 versus axis 2 of correspondence analyses, using RSCU values and raw codon counts, respectively. Blue points indicate non­‐highly expressed genes. Red points indicate highly expressed genes.
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Title Supplementary Table 1
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Description Correspondence analysis of RSCU values and raw codon counts. The “Axis 0 inertia” column is the amount of inertia that is explained by the principal axis. The “Axis 1 inertia” column is the amount of interia that is explained by the next biggest CA axis. These results demonstrate that there is a single major trend that determines synonymous codon usage in vertebrates.
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Title Supplementary Table 2
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Description Spearman correlations. Spearman correlation comparing Axis 1 versus GC3 , and axis 1 versus expression level.
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Doherty A, McInerney JO (2013) Translational selection frequently overcomes genetic drift in shaping synonymous codon usage patterns in vertebrates. Molecular Biology and Evolution 30(10): 2263-2267. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/molbev/mst128

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Doherty A, McInerney JO (2013) Data from: Translational selection frequently overcomes genetic drift in shaping synonymous codon usage patterns in vertebrates. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4k887
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