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Fig. 1 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

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From: Subfunctionalization of peroxisome proliferator response elements accounts for retention of duplicated fabp1 genes in zebrafish

Fig. 1

Cladograms and comparisons of sequence identity for spotted gar fabp1 and zebrafish fabp1a, fabp1b.1, and fabp1b.2 mRNA (a), amino acid (b), and promoter (c) sequences. Multiple sequence alignments were conducted using Clustal Omega with default settings. Cladograms of multiple sequence alignments are shown on the left (zf = zebrafish, sg = spotted gar). Tables shown on the right display percent sequence identity between genes. Accession files were: fabp1 mRNA: XM_006626498, amino acid: XP_006626561, promoter: Gene ID: 102694982; fabp1a mRNA: NM_001044712, amino acid: NP_001038177, promoter: Gene ID: 791610; fabp1b.1 mRNA: NM_001024651, amino acid: NP_001019822, promoter: Gene ID: 554095; fabp1b.2 mRNA: XM_002663048, amino acid: XP_002663094, promoter: Gene ID: 100330224 from National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Gene [36]

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