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Table 1 Number of S100A7 copies found in different mammalian orders

From: The evolution of S100A7: an unusual gene expansion in Myotis bats

Order Family Species name S100A7
Primates Hominidae Homo sapiens 5a
Pan troglodytes 2
Pan paniscus 2
Gorilla gorilla 2
Hylobatidae Nomascus leucogenys 2
Cercopithecidae Papio anubis 1
Macaca mulatta 1
M. fascicularis 2
M. nemestrina 1
Rhinopithecus bieti 2
Cebidae Cebus capucinus 1
Saimiri boliviensis 1
Chiroptera Vespertilionidae Myotis davidii 3
Myotis brandtii 5
Myotis lucifugus 13
Eptesicus fuscus 1
Miniopteridae Miniopterus natalensis 2
Pteropodidae Pteropus vampyrus 1
Pteropus alecto 2
Rousettus aegyptiacus 3
Perissodactyla Equidae Equus caballus 1
Equus asinus 1
Artiodactyla Bovidae Bos taurus 3
B. indicus 3
Bison bison 2
Bubalus bubalis 3
Pantholops hodgsonii 2
Capra hircus 3
Ovies aries 2
Suidae Sus scrofa 2
Balaenopteridae Balaenoptera acutorostrata 3b
Camelidae Camelus dromedarius 1
Camelus ferus 1
Camelus bactrianus 1
Vicugna pacos 1
Carnivora Ursidae Ailuropoda melanoleuca 1
Ursus arctos 1
Ursus maritimus 1
Otariidae Callorhinus ursinus 1
Afrotheria Orycteropodidae Orycteropus afer afer 2
Elephantidae Loxodonta africana 1c
  1. aPresence of two described pseudogenes
  2. bPresence of two partial sequences
  3. cPartial sequence