Data from: Neofunctionalization within the Omp85 protein superfamily during chloroplast evolution

 

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Title Toc75_allignment_Topel_PSB_2011
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Description Alignment of the C-terminal end of 48 Toc75 amino acid sequences. The alignemnt has been truncated so that only the part corresponding to residues 651-818 of atToc75-III remains and was used for the phylogenetic analysis. Also included in the file are the instructions to MrBayes, that was used to analyze the data.
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Title Toc75_trees_Topel_PSB_2011
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Description The resulting 50% majority rule consensus trees (with and without branch length data) from the analysis of the data in "Toc75_allignment_Topel_PSB_2011.nex". The tree with branch lengths was used for figure 1 in the paper.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Töpel M, Ling Q, Jarvis P (2012) Neofunctionalization within the Omp85 protein superfamily during chloroplast evolution. Plant Signaling & Behavior 7(2): 161–164. http://dx.doi.org/10.4161/psb.18677

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Töpel M, Ling Q, Jarvis P (2012) Data from: Neofunctionalization within the Omp85 protein superfamily during chloroplast evolution. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r47q769s
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