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Figure 3

From: The gene for a lectin-like protein is transcriptionally activated during sexual development, but is not essential for fruiting body formation in the filamentous fungus Sordaria macrospora

Figure 3

Multiple alignment of TAP1 and lectins from filamentous fungi. The multiple alignment was created using CLUSTALX [25] with the following sequences: S.m., Sordaria. macrospora TAP1 [this work, emb:CAH03681.2]; N.c., Neurospora crassa NCU05651.2 [ref:XP_325506.1]; X.c., Xerocomus chrysenteron lectin [gb:AAL73236.1]; P.i., Paxillus involutus LECA [gb:AAT91249.1]; P.c., Pleurotus cornucopiae PCL-F2 [dbj:BAB63923.1]; A.b., Agaricus bisporus ABL [sp:Q00022]; P.a., Podospora anserina Pa5D0092 [emb:CAD60779.1]; F.g., Fusarium graminearum FG07558.1 [gb:EAA76455.1]; A.o., Arthrobotrys oligospora lectin [emb:CAA65781.1]. Jalview was used to visualize the alignment [26]. Amino acid residues conserved in at least eight of the nine sequences are given in dark blue, residues conserved in at least six sequences in medium blue, and residues present in at least four sequences in light blue. At the end of the alignment, amino acid identity in % is given for all sequences in pair-wise comparisons.

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