Data from: Robustness of predictions of extremely thermally stable proteins in ancient organisms

Akanuma S, Shin-ichi Y, Nakajima Y, Bessho M, Yamagishi A

Date Published: September 15, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mv185

 

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Title Amino acid sequence of reconstructed archaeal ancestral NDK, Arc3nh
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Title Amino acid sequence of reconstructed archaeal ancestral NDK, Arc4nh
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Title Amino acid sequence of reconstructed archaeal ancestral NDK, Arc6
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Title Amino acid sequence of reconstructed archaeal and bacterial ancestral NDK, ArcBac7
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Description Amino acid sequence of ArcBac7, a last archaeal and bacterial ancestor of nucleoside diphosphate kinase inferred from a dataset without hyperthermophilic sequences.
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Title Amino acid sequence of reconstructed bacterial ancestral NDK, Bac3nh
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Title Amino acid sequence of reconstructed bacterial ancestral NDK, Bac4nh
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Title Amino acid sequence of reconstructed bacterial ancestral NDK, Bac6
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Title Amino acid sequence of reconstructed last universal common ancestral NDK, Com3nh
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Title Amino acid sequence of reconstructed last universal common ancestral NDK, Com4nh
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Akanuma S, Shin-ichi Y, Nakajima Y, Bessho M, Yamagishi A (2015) Robustness of predictions of extremely thermally stable proteins in ancient organisms. Evolution 69(11): 2954-2962. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12779

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Akanuma S, Shin-ichi Y, Nakajima Y, Bessho M, Yamagishi A (2015) Data from: Robustness of predictions of extremely thermally stable proteins in ancient organisms. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mv185
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