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Table 7. Ubiquitin sequences examined

 
Species Locus (number of repeats)a Accession number
I. Fungi

Ascomycetes

Candida albicans p3(3) Y17558
Botryotinia fuckeliana p4(4) AF060501
Gibberella pulicaris p4(4) AJ007936
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (yeast) p5(5)
m52A
m52B
m80
X05731
X05728
X05729
X05730
Schizosaccharomyces pombe (fission yeast) p8(8) AF095794
Neurospora crassa p4 (4)
m80
X13140
X15338

Basidiomycetes

Filobasidiella neoformans p5(5)
m50
U16956
U16992
Phanerochaete chrysosporium p5(5) Z24723
II. Plants

Green Algae

Volvox carteri p5(5) X74214

Monocots

Oryza sativa (rice) pA6(6)
pB2(>2)
X76064
D12776
Zea mays (maize) pA5(5)
pB5(5)
pC7(7)
U29158
U29162
U29159
Avena fatua (oats) p4(4) X69422
Hordeum vulgare (barley) p2(>2)
m80A
m80B
X04133
M60176
M34707
Saccharum sp. (sugarcane) p4(4) L41658
Sporobolus stapfianus (resurrection grass) p5(5) AF148448

Dicots

Arabidopsis thaliana (thale cress)

pA4(4)
pB5(5)
pC6(6)
pD4(4)
pE5(5)
5(5)y
m52A
m52B
m80A
m80B

L05363
X12853
L05361
L05394
U84969
L05482
J05507
J05508
J05539
J05540
Helianthus annuss (common sunflower) pA6(6)
pB4(>4)
X57005
X57003
III. Animals
Geodia cydonium (sponge) p6(6) X70917
Caenorhabditis elegans (nematode) p11(11)
m52
M23433
Z82083
Drosophila melanogaster (fruitfly) p3(3)
m52
m80
M22428
X53059
M22536
Xenopus laevis (frog) p2(3) M11512
Gallus gallus (chicken) pA2(3)
pB4(4)
M11100
M14693
Bos taurus (cow) pB4(4)b Z18245
Ovis aries (sheep) pB4(4)b AF038129
Rattus norvegicus (rat) pA10(11)
pB4(4)
b
D17296
D16554
Cricetulus griseus (Chinese hamster) pA11(11)
pB5(5)
b
AB003731
X60390
Mus musculus (mouse) pB4(4)b X51703
Homo sapiens (human) pA9(9)
pB3(3)b
pB4(4)y
m52
m80
M26880
X04803
X07499
X56999
X63237
 

a When there are many poly-u loci in a species, they are named A, B, C, etc. These gene notations are different from those used by the previous authors. When there is only one poly-u locus, no name is given. The number of repeat genes in parentheses refers to the number of genes in the genome, and the number in front of the parentheses represents the number of genes for which the DNA sequence is available. (>x) indicates that the actual number of repeat genes may be greater than x.
b The poly-u B loci in mammalian species are considered to be orthologous, because the nucleotide sequences of the 3' flanking region of the loci are very similar. The sequence data for locus A were not available in cattle, sheep, and mouse.
p: poly-u locus. y: pseudogene. m52: monomeric locus attached with a 52-codon ribosomal protein gene. m80: monomeric locus attached with a 80-codon ribosomal protein gene.

 

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