Data from: Evolution of sexual traits influencing vectorial capacity in anopheline mosquitoes

Mitchell SN, Kakani EG, South A, Howell PI, Waterhouse RM, Catteruccia F

Date Published: March 3, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6f576

 

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Title Fig S1 Species phylogeny based on single copy orthologs_protein sequence alignment
Description The concatenated protein sequence alignments of nine anopheline and two outgroup dipteran species (created using MUSCLE and trimmed with trimAl) of 4,829 relaxed single-copy orthologs (a maximum of three paralogs allowed in no more than two species, longest protein selected) determined by OrthoDB orthology delineation (available at http://cegg.unige.ch/orthodbmoz2), which resulted in 3,400,861 amino acid columns (with 906,126 distinct alignment patterns).
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Title Fig 4 Phylogenetic analysis of MISO and AGAP002621_protein sequence alignment
Description MISO and AGAP002621 alignment of orthologous protein sequences from nine anopheline and two outgroup dipteran species retrieved from VectorBase (https://www.vectorbase.org). For each species, MISO andAGAP002621 orthologs were identified via BLAST/Translated blat search in VectorBase. However in some instances the gene models of MISO and AGAP002621 were fused and as a result were manually resolved using Apollo Genome Annotation and Curation Tool, Version 1.11.8. Gene identifiers for MISO and 2621 orthologs respectively are listed below with single identifiers corresponding to fused gene models: A. arabiensis (AARA004231); A. stephensi (ASTE005249); A. funestus (AFUN011077); A. dirus (ADIR010237); A. farauti (AFAF007180, AFAF018121); A. sinensis (ASIS013552, ASIS009594); A. atroparvus (AATE003240, AATE008584); A. albimanus (AALB003668); A. aegypti (AAEL003936, AAEL017464); D. melanogaster (FBgn0003065, no AGAP002621 ortholog present).
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Mitchell SN, Kakani EG, South A, Howell PI, Waterhouse RM, Catteruccia F (2015) Evolution of sexual traits influencing vectorial capacity in anopheline mosquitoes. Science 347(6225): 985-988. http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.1259435

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Mitchell SN, Kakani EG, South A, Howell PI, Waterhouse RM, Catteruccia F (2015) Data from: Evolution of sexual traits influencing vectorial capacity in anopheline mosquitoes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6f576
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