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A comprehensive omics analysis and functional survey of cuticular proteins in the brown planthopper
[…] Insect CP amino acids and gene sequences were obtained from NCBI (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/), EnsemblMetazoa (metazoa.ensembl.org/), CutProtFam (aias.biol.uoa.gr/CutProtFam-Pred/home.php) (), and CuticleDB (bioinformatics2.biol.uoa.gr/cuticleDB/) (). The common motifs of CPs from D. melanogaster, Bombyx mori, A. gambiae, Tribolium castaneum, Apis mellifera, an […]
The whole genome sequence of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann), reveals insights into the biology and adaptive evolution of a highly invasive pest species
[…] otifs that are characteristic for several families of cuticle proteins , 202 genes coding for putative cuticle proteins were identified (Additional file : Table S20). These genes were analyzed with CutProtFam-Pred, a cuticular protein family prediction tool , and 195 genes could be assigned to one of eight families (CPR, CPAP1, CPAP3, CPF, CPCFC, CPLCA, CPLCG, and TWDL) (Additional file : Tabl […]
Tribolium castaneum RR 1 Cuticular Protein TcCPR4 Is Required for Formation of Pore Canals in Rigid Cuticle
[…] teins (NP_001139387), denoted as TcCPR4 (the numbering of CPs in T. castaneum does not reflect orthology with CPs in other species assigned the same number), which is also a member of the CPR family (CutProtFam-Pred: http://bioinformatics.biol.uoa.gr/CutProtFam-Pred/). Both proteins exhibited the same six matched peptides that are highlighted in gray in . Peptide coverage for the mature TcCPR4 pro […]
The First Myriapod Genome Sequence Reveals Conservative Arthropod Gene Content and Genome Organisation in the Centipede Strigamia maritima
[…] 2, with the former primarily associated with flexible cuticle, the latter with rigid cuticle. Interestingly, while chelicerates studied to date have no members of the RR-1 subfamily (as classified at CutProtFam-Pred, http://aias.biol.uoa.gr/CutProtFam-Pred/home.php), seven of the S. maritima CPR proteins clearly belong to this class. This would be consistent with the origin of the RR1-coding genes […]
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