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Table 2 Accession number of genes for each species

From: Are ribosomal DNA clusters rearrangement hotspots? A case study in the genus Mus (Rodentia, Muridae)

Species Cytochrome B IRBP
R.rattus 160688818, [80] __
A. sylvaticus AB033695, [81] AB032863, [82]
M. pahari AY057814, [83] AJ698893, [36]
M. plathytrix AJ698880, [36] AJ698895, [36]
M. matthey AJ698876, [36] AJ698889, [36]
M. musculoides AJ698875, [36] AJ698890, [36]
M. minutoides AJ875078, [84] AJ875087, [84]
M. indutus AJ698874, [36] AJ698892, [36]
M. haussa AJ698877, [36] AJ698891, [36]
M. caroli a AB033698, [35] AJ698885, [36]
M. cervicolor a AY057811, [82] AJ698886, [36]
M. cooki a AY057813, [83] AJ698887, [36]
M. fragilicauda c AB125779, [35] AB125812, [35]
M. famulus c AJ698872, [36] AJ698884, [36]
M. spicilegus b AF159397, [85] AJ698882, [36]
M. spretus b AB033700, [81] AJ698883, [36]
M. macedonicus b AB125770, [35] AB125805, [35]
M. cypriacus b FR751074, this study __
M. m. castaneus b AB125773, [35] AB125806, [35]
M. m. musculus b 13838, [86] AB125808, [35]
M. m. domesticus b AB125774, [35] __
M. booduga c AB125761, [35] AB125796, [35]
M. terricolor c AB125776, [35] AB125810, [35]
  1. List of the species involved in the study with the accession number of the sequences and their references. The phylogenetic groups of the subgenus Mus are indicated.
  2. a: Southeast Asian species
  3. b: Paleartic species
  4. c: Indian species