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Relationships of gag-pol diversity between Ty3/Gypsy and Retroviridae LTR retroelements and the three kings hypothesis

Carlos Llorens12*, Mario A Fares3 and Andres Moya14

Author Affiliations

1 Institut Cavanilles de Biodiversitat i Biología Evolutiva, Universitat de València, Polígono de la coma S/N, Paterna, Valencia, Spain

2 Biotechvana, Parc Cientific, Universitat de Valencia, Paterna, Lab 16D Polígono de la coma S/N, Paterna, Valencia, Spain

3 Department of Genetics, University of Dublín, Trinity Collage Dublín, Dublín 2, Ireland

4 CIBER de Epidemiología y Sal ud Pública (CIBERESP), Spain

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BMC Evolutionary Biology 2008, 8:276  doi:10.1186/1471-2148-8-276

Published: 8 October 2008

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Additional File 1:

Expanding gag-pol phylogeny. Expanded version of gag-pol tree illustrated in Figure 1 inferred based on the 120 Ty3/Gypsy and Retroviridae LTR retroelements used in this study. The tree includes information about the names, Genbank accessions and hosts of all LTR retroelement taxa used. By clicking the name of each OTU, the user can locate a file at GyDB providing information of the sequence selected, including a link to its Genbank accession at NCBI.

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