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Fig. 1. Sequence analysis of vertebrate Pou3f proteins. (A) Sequence alignments of the Xenopus laevis (Xl) Pou3f1, Pou3f2, Pou3f3, and Pou3f4
proteins. Conserved residues are shown in bold, the POU-specific domain and the POU-homeodomain are highlighted in yellow, and the linker region
is indicated in cyan. (B) The percentage of sequence identity for each vertebrate Pou3f subfamily (Pou3f1, Pou3f2, Pou3f3, and Pou3f4) relative to the
Xenopus laevis sequence is indicated for the POU-specific domain, the linker, the POU-homedomain as well as for the whole (i.e. full-length) protein.
The percentages are the average sequence identities of the human (Homo sapiens), mouse (Mus musculus), chicken (Gallus gallus), and spotted gar
(Lepisosteus oculatus) sequences relative to the African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis) sequence.
Image published in: Cosse-Etchepare C et al. (2018)
Copyright © 2018. Reproduced with permission of the Publisher, University of the Basque Country Press.
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