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Table 2 MiSp transcript abundance based on read counts in minor ampullate, major ampullate, and total silk gland RNA-seq libraries

From: Duplication and concerted evolution of MiSp-encoding genes underlie the material properties of minor ampullate silks of cobweb weaving spiders

  L. geometricus L. hesperus
RNA-seq Library Total readsa MiSp_v2 MiSp_v1 Ratioc Ratio 3’d Total readsb MiSp_v2 MiSp_v1 Ratioc Ratio 3’d
Minor 1 4832818 275164 57912 4.8 2.6 11679960 5289870 1487650 3.6 3.6
Minor 2 20640831 3496061 564983 6.2 4.2 11148437 4919531 1443331 3.4 3.4
Total Silk 8101748 61016 72774 0.8 0.9 15093424 572185 183028 3.1 4.3
Major 1 13978630 1943 4493 0.4 0.3 6116968 68 24 2.8 2.7
Major 2 13636997 69 9 7.7 5.5 9574596 315 85 3.7 4.4
  1. See Table 1 for accession numbers
  2. a Raw RNA-seq reads are available on NCBI’s SRA database: SRR1539569
  3. b Raw RNA-seq reads are available on NCBI’s SRA database: SRR1539570
  4. c Ratio of MiSp_v2 to MiSp_v1 based on counts of reads aligned to the entire sequences
  5. d Ratio of MiSp_v2 to MiSp_v1 based on counts of reads aligned to the 3’-most 500 bases of coding sequences. See Methods for rationale