Figure 3.

Alignment of the deduced amino acids of lysine-rich matrix protein family (KRMP). ESTs indentified from this investigation as KRMP similar are: PM277, 275, 276, 281, 280, 278, 258, 279, 260, 268, 233, 226, 244, 236, 234, 235 and 239 [GH280237, GH280235, GH280236, GH280241, GH280240, GH280238, GH280218, GH280239, GH280220, GH280228, GH280193, GH280186, GH280204, GH280196, GH280194, GH280195, GH280199]. Previously sequenced KRMP sequences used in the alignment were obtained from the Genbank database http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov webcite: KRMP-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 [AAZ95763, AAZ95764, AAZ95765, ABO87297, ABO87298, ABO87299, ABP57445, ABP57446, ABP57447, ABP57448, ABP57449]. Sections A, B and C delimited by vertical lines denote the signal peptide, basic region and Gly/Tyr region respectively as set out by Zhang et al. [40]. Sequence names labelled red are specific to cluster E, and those labelled light blue are specific to cluster D. Consensus symbols refer to the following: "*" = identical residue in all sequences, ":" = conserved residue substitutions, "." = semi-conserved residue substitution.

Gardner et al. BMC Genomics 2011 12:455   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-455
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