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Table 1 EST sequences from RDA libraries of accessory glands cDNA from Leptothorax gredleri

From: Suppression subtractive hybridization analysis reveals expression of conserved and novel genes in male accessory glands of the ant Leptothorax gredleri

Gene (predicted) ESTs # Base pairs Organism e-value Gene Ontology attributes
leukocyte-antigen-related-like 2 370 Apis mellifera 4e-37 Protein tyrosine phosphatase activity, axon guidance, cell adhesion, motor axon guidance, nervous system development, oogenesis, photoreceptor cell morphogenesis, protein amino acid dephosphorylation, R7 cell development, regulation of cell shape, retinal ganglion cell axon guidance
kokopelli 2 263 Apis mellifera 1e-45 Cyclin-dependent protein kinase regulator activity
ATP synthase gamma chain, mitochondrial precursor 5 170 Apis mellifera 9e-09 Hydrogen-exporting ATPase activity, phosphorylative mechanism; hydrogen ion transporting ATP synthase activity, rotational mechanism; proton-transporting ATPase activity, rotational mechanism
nervana 2 7 215 Apis mellifera 4e-19 Cation transmembrane transporter activity, sodium:potassium-exchanging ATPase activity
CG1486 40 249 Apis mellifera 4e-17 Carboxy-lyase activity, pyridoxal phosphate binding
ribosomal protein LP1 1 167 Apis mellifera 6e-78 Structural constituent of ribosome
CG6910 1 197 Apis mellifera 2e-08 Inositol oxygenase activity, iron ion binding
SJCHGC05576 3 165 Nasonia vitripennis 1e-05  
LOC100123166 1 101 Nasonia vitripennis 4e-09  
ciao-1 1 184 Apis mellifera 7e-17  
CG32432 1 212 Apis mellifera 1e-05  
heat shock factor binding protein 1-like 12 159 Apis mellifera 3e-18  
US1 3 158 No match   
US2 5 146 No match   
US3 10 173 No match   
US4 28 179 No match   
US5 5 183 No match   
US6 1 167 No match   
US7 1 180 No match   
US8 1 97 No match   
  1. Shown are the predicted gene, the number of ESTs assembled to each US, US size in bp, the respective organism, followed by the respective similarity index (e-value) and corresponding Gene Ontology terms obtained from Flybase http://flybase.bio.indiana.edu/.