Data from: Formin is associated with left-right asymmetry in the pond snail and the frog

Davison A, McDowell GS, Holden JM, Johnson HF, Koutsovoulos GD, Liu MM, Hulpiau P, Van Roy F, Wade CM, Banerjee R, Yang F, Chiba S, Davey JW, Jackson DJ, Levin M, Blaxter ML

Date Published: February 25, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r4342

 

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Title Alignment of formin intron sequences from Euhadra species
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Description Data relates to Figure S2d.
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Title Alignment of formin intron sequences from Partula species
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Description Data relates to Figure S2e
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Title Alignment of FH2 domain sequences
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Description Data relates to Figure S2a. Original alignment kindly provided by Dimitra Chalkia (see Chalkia et al 2008). New accessions were then added manually.
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Title Alignment of gastropod FH2 domain sequences
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Description Data relates to Figure S2b
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Title Alignment of formin gene sequences from Lymnaea stagnalis
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Description Contains sequences of Ldia1 and Ldia2, derived from dextral and sinistral haplotypes
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Title Predicted gene sequences for candidate genes
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Description Sequences for sinistral and dextral-derived haplotypes
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Title Concatenated alignment of 28S and 18S sequences
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Description Concatenated alignment of 28S (1-3712) and 18S sequences (3716-5448). Data relates to Figure S2c and Figure 1.
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Title Table S1
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Description Table S1 from the paper in Excel format
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Title qPCR raw data
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Description The data in this files relates to Figure 1, Figure S2a and text in the Supplementary Information. Further detail within the file.
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Title Assembly of BACs
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Description Assembly of the BAC sequences with SPAdes assembler, removing the low coverage scaffolds.
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Title Genome assembly of Lymnaea stagnalis
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Description The genome of Lymnaea stagnalis assembled with SOAPdenovo using PE and MP libraries.
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Davison A, McDowell G, Holden JM, Johnson HF, Koutsovoulos GD, Liu MM, Hulpiau P, Van Roy F, Wade CM, Banerjee R, Yang F, Chiba S, Davey JW, Jackson D, Levin M, Blaxter M (2016) Formin is associated with left-right asymmetry in the pond snail and the frog. Current Biology 26(5): 654-660. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2015.12.071

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Davison A, McDowell GS, Holden JM, Johnson HF, Koutsovoulos GD, Liu MM, Hulpiau P, Van Roy F, Wade CM, Banerjee R, Yang F, Chiba S, Davey JW, Jackson DJ, Levin M, Blaxter ML (2016) Data from: Formin is associated with left-right asymmetry in the pond snail and the frog. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r4342
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