Data from: Functional relationship between a dinoflagellate host and its diatom endosymbiont

Hehenberger E, Burki F, Kolisko M, Keeling PJ

Date Published: June 21, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n654g

 

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Title Durinskia baltica peptides
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Description The file in fasta format contains 125,805 peptides predicted by Trinity TransDecoder from the assembled Durinskia baltica transcriptome, clustered at 98% similarity using CDHIT.
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Title Phylogenetic Trees for Dinoflagellate-associated genes from Supplementary Table 2
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Description FastTree-constructed phylogenetic trees in NEXUS format of dinoflagellate-associated genes in Durinskia baltica summarized in Supplementary Table 2. Blue texts indicate diatom transcripts, yellow/brown texts indicate dinoflagellate transcripts, green texts indicate dinotom transcripts, red texts indicate the query sequence used to query the respective database and black texts indicate all other taxa.
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Title Phylogenetic Trees for Diatom-associated genes in Supplementary Table 2
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Description FastTree-constructed phylogenetic trees in NEXUS format of diatom-associated genes in Durinskia baltica summarized in Supplementary Table 2. Blue texts indicate diatom transcripts, yellow/brown texts indicate dinoflagellate transcripts, green texts indicate dinotom transcripts, red texts indicate the query sequence used to query the respective database and black texts indicate all other taxa.
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Title Phylogenetic Trees Cell division
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Description FastTree-constructed trees in NEXUS format of diatom-associated genes in Durinskia baltica homologous to Phaeodactylum tricornutum cell division components as listed in Supplementary Table 5. Blue texts indicate diatom transcripts, yellow texts indicate dinoflagellate transcripts, green texts indicate dinotom transcripts, red texts indicate the query sequence used to query the respective database and black texts indicate all other taxa.
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Title Phylogenetic Trees Chrysolaminaran Metabolism
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Description FastTree-constructed trees in NEXUS format of diatom-associated genes in Durinskia baltica homologous to Phaeodactylum tricornutum putative chrysolaminaran metabolism components as listed in Supplementary Table 6. Blue texts indicate diatom transcripts, yellow texts indicate dinoflagellate transcripts, green texts indicate dinotom transcripts, red texts indicate the query sequence used to query the respective database and black texts indicate all other taxa.
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Hehenberger E, Burki F, Kolisko M, Keeling PJ (2016) Functional relationship between a dinoflagellate host and its diatom endosymbiont. Molecular Biology and Evolution 33(9): 2376-2390. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msw109

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Hehenberger E, Burki F, Kolisko M, Keeling PJ (2016) Data from: Functional relationship between a dinoflagellate host and its diatom endosymbiont. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n654g
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