Phylogenetic Maximum Likelihood trees of the PYG and RIN gene families

<p>Published in: Ocampo Daza D, Sundström G, Bergqvist CA, Larhammar D. The evolution of vertebrate somatostatin receptors and their gene regions involves extensive chromosomal rearrangements. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2012, 12:231 doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-231. Please refer to this article if using this figure.</p> <p><strong>Figure 2 Phylogenetic Maximum Likelihood trees of the PYG and RIN gene families.</strong><br>The glycogen phosphorylase (PYG) and Ras and Rab interactor (RIN) gene families are<br>neighboring families of the SSTR1, -4 and -6 chromosomal regions. Monophyletic subtype<br>clusters including both tetrapod and teleost sequences are indicated by bars to the right.<br>Chromosomal or genomic scaffold assignments of the family members are indicated next to<br>species names. Lowercase a and b are used to distinguish sequences located on the same<br>chromosomes. Branch support values (bootstrap replicates) for deep divergences are shown at<br>the nodes. The trees were rooted with the identified fruit fly sequences. All neighboring gene<br>family trees for the SSTR1, -4 and -6-bearing regions, including NJ analyses and all branch<br>support values, are shown in Figures S4-S20 (see Additional file 5).</p>