Table 2

Target gene identification and comparison
Gene ID Max HSP length (DNA) Max Contig length (DNA) Max Contig length (AA) Length (AA) Final vs C. elegans protein O. dentatum
Initial Final Initial Final Initial Final C. elegans % ID % full length Acc #
Levamisole target genes (nAChR subunits)
lev-1 1401 1401 1580 1612 467 477 472 91 100 GACS01000001
lev-8 255 255 269 269 85 89 531 85 17 GACS01000002
unc-29 480 576 482 614 160 204 493 88 41 GACS01000003
unc-38 1473 1455 1607 1631 491 507 511 72 100 GACS01000004
unc-63 576 1248 578 1770 192 417 502 82 82 GACS01000005
Macrocyclic lactone, benzimidazole target genes
avr-14 390 1299 629 1485 130 464 416 52 100 GACS01000006
avr-15 291 1242 560 1531 97 447 478 44 100 GACS01000007
ben-1_1 453 1308 453 1436 151 448 444 94 100 GACS01000008
ben-1_2 453 1317 453 1751 151 448 444 95 100 GACS01000009
glc-2 939 1215 994 1389 313 424 434 72 100 GACS01000010
glc-3 1383 1383 1724 2048 461 531 484 58 100 GACS01000011
glc-4 1428 1521 1628 1628 476 508 500 77 100 GACS01000012

Best initial high scoring pair (HSP) and contig lengths correspond to the longest HSP from the initial read assemblies (see bold values from Table 1) and the contig from which that HSP derives. “% full length” represents the percent of the comparator C. elegans protein that is represented within the final contig. “% ID” represents the percent identity as determined by pairwise alignment.

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