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The extracellular Leucine-Rich Repeat superfamily; a comparative survey and analysis of evolutionary relationships and expression patterns-2

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posted on 2011-12-31, 12:50 authored by Jackie Dolan, Karen Walshe, Samantha Alsbury, Karsten Hokamp, Sean O'Keeffe, Tatsuya Okafuji, Suzanne FC Miller, Guy Tear, Kevin J Mitchell

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Taken from "The extracellular Leucine-Rich Repeat superfamily; a comparative survey and analysis of evolutionary relationships and expression patterns"

http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2164/8/320

BMC Genomics 2007;8():320-320.

Published online 14 Sep 2007

PMCID:PMC2235866.

ditional set of LRR_Only singletons is listed separately in Table 1. Protein names are shown below the corresponding structures (black, mammalian; blue, fly; red, worm). All figures are drawn to scale (see Key). Consensus architectures were derived for single proteins and across subfamilies from convergent evidence from motif and topology prediction programmes. Where there is a range in number of predicted LRRs or other domains across members of a subfamily, this is indicated next to the domain. A range in length of the cytoplasmic domain is similarly indicated, where it exceeds 20 amino acids. Tightly clustered subfamilies (e.g., Slits, Amigos) are listed under a single consensus architecture. Clusters with more structurally diverse proteins are indicated by the brackets; the numbers refer to e-value and inflation parameter at which the proteins cluster in the MCL programme. See Key for more information.

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