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Supplementary material Supplemental Fig. 1: Phylogenetic Tree for Wbp2 and Wbp2nl orthologues. Tree analysis shows that the Wbp/Wbp2nl proteins separate into two clades across several vertebrate taxa (Homo = human; mus = mouse; anolis and alligator = reptiles; Falco = falcon (bird); Danio = zebrafish; X. Laev and X. trop = amphibian). Mammalian WBP2NL (human, mouse) do not tightly cluster with the homologous proteins of the other vertebrates. Numbers on branches are Bootstrap Values. Protein identifiers are: Human_Wbp2nl - AAH22546.1, Mus_Wbp2nl - NP_083342.1, Alligator_Wbp2 - XP_014372734.1, Falco_Wbp2 - XP_014142228.1, Anolis_Wbp2 - XP_014142228.1, Mus_Wbp2 - AAH55058.1, Homo_Wbp2 - AAH10616.1, X.laev._Wbp2 - NP_001083140.1, X.trop._Wbp2 - AAH88817.1, Danio_Wbp2 - AAH95106.1, X.laev._Wbp2nl - NP_001088037.1, X.trop._Wbp2nl = NP_001107397.1, Anolis_Wbp2nl - XP_008108972.1, Falco_Wbp2nl - XP_014137125.1, Alligator_Wbp2nl - XP_006027702.1, Danio_Wbp2nl - NP_956004.1.

Image published in: Marchak A et al. (2017)

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