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The complete swine olfactory subgenome: expansion of the olfactory gene repertoire in the pig genome

Dinh Truong Nguyen1, Kyooyeol Lee1, Hojun Choi1, Min-kyeung Choi1, Minh Thong Le1, Ning Song1, Jin-Hoi Kim1, Han Geuk Seo1, Jae-Wook Oh2, Kyungtae Lee3, Tae-Hun Kim3 and Chankyu Park1*

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1 Department of Animal Biotechnology, Konkuk University, 263 Achasan-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, 143-701, South Korea

2 Division of Animal Life Science, Konkuk University, Seoul, South Korea

3 Animal Genomics and Bioinformatics Division, National Institute of Rural Development Administration, Suwon, South Korea

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BMC Genomics 2012, 13:584  doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-584

Published: 15 November 2012

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Additional file 1:

Criteria for pattern recognition of pig OR genes using the PRATT program. Table describing parameters and values for pattern recognition of pig OR genes.

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The pig OR gene coordinates in the pig genome assembly Sscrofa10.2. Table listing positions of OR functional and pseudo genes in the pig genome.

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Comparison of the family and subfamily diversity of OR genes among pigs, humans, dogs, mice, and rats. Table showing the results of comparative analysis of the number of classes, families, and subfamilies among five species including pigs, humans, dogs, mice, and rats.

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The number of OR gene members in OR subfamilies. Table showing the number of OR gene members in each OR subfamily.

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Distribution of OR gene duplications in the pig genome. Table showing the distribution of OR genes duplicated in the pig genome.

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The number of identical OR genes and their copy numbers in the pig genome. Table listing the number of OR gene duplications and their copy numbers in the pig genome Sscrofa10.2. The maximum number of identical genes was three.

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Comparison of structural characteristics of OR gene clusters among five mammalian species. Table listing number of clusters, number of genes per cluster, and number of clusters with only pseudogenes for pigs, humans, dogs, mice, and rats.

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Amino acid sequence similarity between the functional OR genes of pigs and OR pseudogenes of other species. Table listing 19 pairs of pig OR functional genes and pseudo genes of other species with high protein sequence homology (>70%).

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The uncompressed image of Figure3. The figure shows the uncompressed image of 706 clusters from 3,511 sequences of pig, human, mouse and dog ORs.

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