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From: Predicted sub-populations in a marine shrimp proteome as revealed by combined EST and cDNA data from multiple Penaeus species

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Matching between shrimp and crustacean ESTs and proteins from model species. Matching percentages obtained from BLASTX and TBLASTN results are shown relative to the total number of crustacean EST sequences in each set (dark blue bars) or to the total number of protein sequences in a model species (pink bars for D. melanogaster, green bars for C. elegans, dark red bars for Daphnia pulex). Data sets were either for single crustacean species or multiple species as follows:- set 1 : P. monodon (total = 98,220 ESTs + cDNAs). set 2 : P. vannamei (total = 160,720 ESTs + cDNAs). set 3 : P. monodon and P. vannamei (total = 258,940 ESTs + cDNAs). set 4 : P. monodon, P. vannamei, P. chinensis and P. japonicus (total = 272,538 sequences). set 5 : 4 true shrimp species + 1 decapod species, P. monodon, P. vannamei, P. chinensis, P. japonicus and C. maenas (total = 288,096 sequences). set 6 : 4 true shrimp species + 2 decapod species, P. monodon, P. vannamei, P. chinensis, P. japonicus, C. maenas and H. americanus (total = 317,654 sequences). set 7 : 4 true shrimp species + 4 other crustacean species, P. monodon, P. vannamei, P. chinensis, P. japonicus, C. maenas, H. americanus, A. franciscana and D. pulex (total = 521,058 sequences). set 8 : D. pulex (total = 165,917 ESTs). set 9 : A. franciscana (total = 37,487 ESTs). set 10 : D. pulex and A. franciscana (total = 203,404 ESTs). (A) Matching when comparing with 20,815 protein sequences of D. melanogaster. (B) Matching when comparing with 27,258 protein sequences of C. elegans. (C) Matching when comparing with 37,466 protein sequences of D. pulex

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