Figure 1 shows unique model organism gene matches in a single
Figure 2 shows unique MOD gene matches for a given taxanomic grouping.
- This comparison uses a stringent tBLASTn cutoff of e-10 for
protein matches. Matches are made with tBLASTn of eukaryote model organism
proteomes to the genome assembly DNA.
Data are from ftp://eugenes.org/eugenes/genomes/
- About 90% of MOD genes that match any Drosophila are matched in all
Drosophila, about 9% match in a subset of two or more, and about 1% match in a
single Drosophila species.
- The Dsim assembly used here is dgpg-2004
(syntenic) as the 2005 wu-mosaic has some yeast genome contamination
with a spurious yeast gene count. The Dyak assembly used here has
removed yeast genome contamination.
for blastresults of Dyak chromosome "U" against Sacch. cervisae genome
with many 1kb - 3kb exact or near exact match regions.
Don Gilbert, 15 Nov 2005