Table 1

Percent identities between NRs by domain
% IDENTICAL
DBD LBD
CeFAX-1 compared to:
CbFAX-1 100.0 % 69.0 %
BmFAX-1 94.0 % 17.2 %
PpFAX-1 93.0 % 10.4 %
DmUNF 92.9 % 17.3 %
HsPNR 83.3 % 16.4 %
CeNHR-67 65.5 % 12.7 %
HsTLX 66.7 % 15.5 %
CeNHR-111 57.1 % 25.0 %
DmHR83 64.3 % 16.4 %
DmUNF compared to:
BmFAX-1 89.3 % 45.9 %
PpFAX-1 86.0 % 12.1 %
HsPNR 83.3 % 50.8 %
CeNHR-67 compared to:
CbNHR-67 95.2 % 67.2 %
BmNHR-67 89.3 % 27.3 %
PpNHR-67 88.5 % N/A
DmTLL 84.5 % 18.5 %
HsTLX 76.2 % 18.1 %
DmTLL compared to:
BmNHR-67 84.5 % 21.4 %
PpNHR-67 79.3 % N/A
HsTLX 82.1 % 42.9 %
CeNHR-239 compared to:
CbNHR-239 90.5 % 54.9 %
PpNHR-239 68.7 % N/A
DmHR83 60.7 % 8.5 %
SkXP2740657 64.3 % 8.6 %
DmUNF 57.1 % 8.5 %

Amino acid sequences were aligned by ClustalW and evaluated using MEGA 5.0 software [35,36]. Figures shown are the percent identical at each amino acid position in pairwise comparison, with unaligned regions deleted. Species abbreviations are given in Figure 1.

Weber et al.

Weber et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2012 12:81   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-81

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