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The cytochrome P450 (CYP) gene superfamily in Daphnia pulex

William S Baldwin1*, Peter B Marko2 and David R Nelson3

Author Affiliations

1 Clemson University, Biological Sciences, Institute of Environmental Toxicology, 509 Westinghouse Road, PO Box 709, Pendleton, SC, USA

2 Clemson University, Biological Sciences, 132 Long Hall, Clemson, SC, USA

3 University of Tennessee-Memphis, Department of Molecular Sciences, G01 Molecular Science Building, Memphis, TN, USA

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BMC Genomics 2009, 10:169  doi:10.1186/1471-2164-10-169

Published: 21 April 2009

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Additional file 1:

Comparison of the number of functional CYP genes in different genomes. A pdf table comparing the number of functional CYP genes from several different organisms.

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Additional file 2:

Phylogenetic relationship of the different CYP clans. Five CYP genomes were subjected to phylogenetic comparisons using MrBayes. An (H) after the CYP name denotes human sequences, a (B) denotes honeybee sequences, a (M) denotes fruitfly sequences, CYP names lacking a letter are D. pulex sequences, and anemone sequences are noted with their GenBank protein accession numbers (start with XM).

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Additional file 3:

Detailed summary of each CYP sequence, its position on the D. pulex genome, and other potentially helpful information. An Excel workbook (xlsx) table of each of the CYP genes and pseudogenes found in the Daphnia pulex genome, their nucleotide and amino acid sequences, links to their scaffold position, manual protein identifying number, and comments about the annotation and/or presence of an expressed sequence tag (EST).

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Phylogenetic tree of the mitochondrial CYP clan members. An (H) after the CYP name denotes human sequences, a (B) denotes honeybee sequences, a (M) denotes fruitfly sequences, CYP names lacking a letter are D. pulex sequences, and anemone sequences are noted with their GenBank protein accession numbers (start with XM).

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Phylogenetic tree of the CYP2 clan members. An (H) after the CYP name denotes human sequences, a (B) denotes honeybee sequences, a (M) denotes fruitfly sequences, CYP names lacking a letter are D. pulex sequences, and anemone sequences are noted with their GenBank protein accession numbers (start with XM).

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Phylogenetic tree of the CYP3 clan members. An (H) after the CYP name denotes human sequences, a (B) denotes honeybee sequences, a (M) denotes fruitfly sequences, CYP names lacking a letter are D. pulex sequences, and anemone sequences are noted with their GenBank protein accession numbers (start with XM).

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Additional file 7:

Phylogenetic tree of the CYP4 clan members. An (H) after the CYP name denotes human sequences, a (B) denotes honeybee sequences, a (M) denotes fruitfly sequences, CYP names lacking a letter are D. pulex sequences, and anemone sequences are noted with their GenBank protein accession numbers (start with XM).

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