Correlation between phylogenetically independent contrasts of coding sequence GC3 content and AA usage for 25 nematode species
2011-12-31T03:22:05Z (GMT) by
Taken from "Codon usage patterns in Nematoda: analysis based on over 25 million codons in thirty-two species"
Genome Biology 2006;7(8):R75-R75.
Published online 14 Aug 2006
PMCID:PMC1779591.AAs lysine (Lys), isoleucine (Ile), asparagine (Asn), and tyrosine (Tyr) are used less frequently as the species' coding sequence GC3 content increases. AAs alanine (Ala), glycine (Gly), arginine (Arg), and proline (Pro) are used more frequently as the coding sequence GC3 content increases. AA, amino acid.