Additional file 9.
Selected signaling pathway genes identified in the P. hawaiensis transcriptome. Hit ID indicates if gene hits were found assembled reads (A) or singletons (S). Sequence length (range) indicates the shortest and longest A or S hit sequences for each gene. These results are shown graphically in Figure 7. Groups of hits of a given colour indicate transcriptome sequences that mapped to the same overlapping region of the BLAST target; hits of different colours indicate transcriptome sequences that map to different, non-overlapping regions of the BLAST target. Query organisms: Dm = D. melanogaster; Dr = Danio rerio; Xt = Xenopus tropicalis. Query sequence details: 1. Kinase domain was masked. 2. FERM domain used as query. 3. Amino acids 500-833 (Dl/Ser domain) used as query. 4. Amino acids 1-250 (groucho/TLE domain) used as query. 5. Kinase domain masked; amino acids 420-1390 used as query. 6. Kinase domain masked; amino acids 175-372 used as query. 7. Kinase domain masked; amino acids 150-516 used as query. 8. Kinase domain masked; amino acids 1-100 used as query. 9. Kinase domain masked; amino acids 1-890 used as query. Asterisks indicate genes that appear elsewhere in the same table (in a different pathway).
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Zeng et al. BMC Genomics 2011 12:581 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-581