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- Drosophila melanogaster
- person_outline Marcella Attimonelli
Publication for MitoDrome
Analyses of Nuclearly Encoded Mitochondrial Genes Suggest Gene Duplication as a Mechanism for Resolving Intralocus Sexually Antagonistic Conflict in Drosophila
[…] lies, as described in the Materials and Methods. This leads to an estimate of 24% (123/512) of genes belonging to a gene family ().We also analyzed the congruence of our FlyMine GO retrieval with the MitoDrome database (). We observed that 94% of MitoDrome database (i.e., 271 genes) was included in our gene set. This result shows that our mitochondrial data set is congruent with the MitoDrome data […]
Contrasting patterns of selective constraints in nuclear encoded genes of the oxidative phosphorylation pathway in holometabolous insects and their possible role in hybrid breakdown in Nasonia
[…] For each nuclear encoded gene of the five OXPHOS complexes, we obtained the Drosophila melanogaster protein sequence from the MitoDrome database (; http://www2.ba.itb.cnr.it/MitoDrome/). These sequences were used as queries to search the Nasonia genome assembly 1.0 () using the program TBLASTN and applying the SEG filter for […]
The nuclear OXPHOS genes in insecta: a common evolutionary origin, a common cis regulatory motif, a common destiny for gene duplicates
[…] BlastN and TBlastN  searches of contigs, scaffolds and ESTs from FlyBase  were performed using D. melanogaster OXPHOS CDSs and peptides listed in the MitoDrome database  as queries to identify orthologous OXPHOS genes and their duplications in Drosophilidae and other insect genomes.Sequence sources: D. erecta, D. ananassae, D mojavensis, D. viril […]
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