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    Thermo Fisher female torafugu
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Female Torafugu, supplied by Thermo Fisher, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 91/100, based on 8 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Millipore luer
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer, supplied by Millipore, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 93/100, based on 2 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Eppendorf AG luer lock
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer Lock, supplied by Eppendorf AG, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 93/100, based on 6 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Millipore luer connector
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer Connector, supplied by Millipore, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 85/100, based on 4 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Cole-Parmer male luer to luer adapter
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Male Luer To Luer Adapter, supplied by Cole-Parmer, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 93/100, based on 2 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Upchurch Scientific luer adapter
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer Adapter, supplied by Upchurch Scientific, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 88/100, based on 25 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Cole-Parmer luer connectors
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
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    Millipore luer lock
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer Lock, supplied by Millipore, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 93/100, based on 3 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Becton Dickinson luer adapter
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer Adapter, supplied by Becton Dickinson, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 88/100, based on 4 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    IDEX luer adapter
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer Adapter, supplied by IDEX, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 4 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Bio-Rad tygon tubing male luer
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Tygon Tubing Male Luer, supplied by Bio-Rad, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 85/100, based on 3 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Harvard Bioscience luer connectors
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer Connectors, supplied by Harvard Bioscience, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 88/100, based on 4 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    ibidi luer connectors
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer Connectors, supplied by ibidi, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 93/100, based on 5 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    World Precision Instruments luer adaptor
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
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    Terumo Corp luer connector
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
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    Harvard Bioscience luer adapter
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer Adapter, supplied by Harvard Bioscience, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 88/100, based on 16 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    GE Healthcare luer adapters
    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
    Luer Adapters, supplied by GE Healthcare, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 88/100, based on 10 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, <t>torafugu;</t> Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.
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    Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, torafugu; Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.

    Journal: BMC Evolutionary Biology

    Article Title: Extensive lineage-specific gene duplication and evolution of the spiggin multi-gene family in stickleback

    doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-7-209

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Phylogenetic tree and gene structures of the spiggin multi-gene family and its homologs. Threespine and ninespine stickleback spiggin genes from the genome sequence (Gaac_spg1, 3, 4, 5, and 7; boxed), published spiggin cDNA sequences (spg1-spg4, Pungitius_spgα-γ; DDBJ/EMBL/NCBI accession numbers: AB221477, AB221481-83, DQ018713-8), and spiggin homologs in four other fish species (Tetraodon, spotted green pufferfish; Takifugu, torafugu; Oryzias, medaka; Danio, zebrafish) were subjected to phylogenetic analyses, and the resulting ML tree is shown. Numbers at nodes in internal branches indicate % bootstrap values (500 replicates). Putative corresponding relationships between genome and cDNA sequences are indicated by circles. The exon-intron structures of the corresponding genes are shown on the right. Brackets indicate the region used for phylogenetic studies (exons 7–16). The gene structure of spiggin cDNA sequences is shown in gray. Shaded boxes in the cDNA sequences indicate that the ORF could not be estimated from the genome data. Unpublished sequence gaps from ninespine stickleback genes and an undetermined region in the medaka genome are indicated by dotted lines. Asterisks in the zebrafish gene structure indicate the parts incongruent for the determination of ORFs because of indels.

    Article Snippet: We extracted total RNA from kidney, liver, muscle, skin, gonad, heart, brain, fin, eye, gill (zebrafish), and stomach (torafugu) tissues of male and female torafugu and zebrafish using TRIZOL Reagent (Invitrogen).

    Techniques: Sequencing, Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization

    Diagrammatic representation of the chromosomal location of the spiggin multi-gene family, its homologs, and Muc19. Spiggin (threespine stickleback), spiggin homologs (torafugu, spotted green pufferfish, medaka, and zebrafish), and Muc19 (mouse and human) are indicated in red, and other genes are indicated in other colors. Orthologous genes are connected by dotted lines. Spiggin, its homologs, and Muc19 are connected by solid lines.

    Journal: BMC Evolutionary Biology

    Article Title: Extensive lineage-specific gene duplication and evolution of the spiggin multi-gene family in stickleback

    doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-7-209

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Diagrammatic representation of the chromosomal location of the spiggin multi-gene family, its homologs, and Muc19. Spiggin (threespine stickleback), spiggin homologs (torafugu, spotted green pufferfish, medaka, and zebrafish), and Muc19 (mouse and human) are indicated in red, and other genes are indicated in other colors. Orthologous genes are connected by dotted lines. Spiggin, its homologs, and Muc19 are connected by solid lines.

    Article Snippet: We extracted total RNA from kidney, liver, muscle, skin, gonad, heart, brain, fin, eye, gill (zebrafish), and stomach (torafugu) tissues of male and female torafugu and zebrafish using TRIZOL Reagent (Invitrogen).

    Techniques: