Data from: Horizontal gene transfer of acetyltransferases, invertases and chorismate mutases from different bacteria to diverse recipients

Noon JB, Baum TJ

Date Published: April 6, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pb68n

 

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Description Raw Maximum Likelihood phylogenetic tree of the GCN5-related N-acetyltransferase (GNAT) superfamily and newly identified GNATs similar to Hoplolaimina homologs. Branches for each GNAT family are color-coded accordingly. Bootstrap support values are indicated at corresponding nodes, and those that support monophyly of each GNAT family are oversized in red font. Names and organisms found to contain each GNAT family are indicated to the right with brackets around the respective leaves. Sequence identifications are provided in parentheses at each leaf.
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Description Detailed Maximum Likelihood phylogenetic tree of the FAM7 GNATs including Hoplolaimina homologs. Branches for each phylogenetic group are color-coded according to their taxonomy. Bootstrap support values are indicated at corresponding nodes, and those that support possible horizontal gene transfer (HGT) events are oversized in red font. Organism names are indicated to the right with brackets around the respective leaves. Sequence identifications are provided in parentheses at each leaf.
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Description Detailed Maximum Likelihood phylogenetic tree of INVs similar to Hoplolaimina homologs. Branches for each phylogenetic group are color-coded according to their taxonomy. Bootstrap support values are indicated at corresponding nodes, and those that support possible horizontal gene transfer (HGT) events are oversized in red font. Organism names are indicated to the right with brackets around the respective leaves. Sequence identifications are provided in parentheses at each leaf.
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Description Detailed Maximum Likelihood phylogenetic tree of CMs similar to Hoplolaimina homologs. Branches for each phylogenetic group are color-coded according to their taxonomy. Bootstrap support values are indicated at corresponding nodes, and those that support possible horizontal gene transfer (HGT) events are oversized in red font. Organism names are indicated to the right with brackets around the respective leaves. Sequence identifications are provided in parentheses at each leaf. Note that the Nacobbus aberrans leaf is colored red to indicate its possible neofunctionalization from the other Hoplolaimina homologs (see supplementary text, Additional file 5).
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Description Detailed Maximum Likelihood phylogenetic tree of initially poorly clustered FAM7 GNATs. Branches for each phylogenetic group are color-coded according to their taxonomy. Bootstrap support values are indicated at corresponding nodes, and those that support possible horizontal gene transfer (HGT) events are oversized in red font. Organism names are indicated to the right with brackets around the respective leaves. Sequence identifications are provided in parentheses at each leaf.
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Noon JB, Baum TJ (2016) Horizontal gene transfer of acetyltransferases, invertases and chorismate mutases from different bacteria to diverse recipients. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16: 74. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12862-016-0651-y

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Noon JB, Baum TJ (2016) Data from: Horizontal gene transfer of acetyltransferases, invertases and chorismate mutases from different bacteria to diverse recipients. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pb68n
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