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Table 1 Number of Rag1 sequences present in our alignment

From: Base composition, selection, and phylogenetic significance of indels in the recombination activating gene-1 in vertebrates

  N Bp Complete gene 2000 bp <N <total length 1000 bp <N<2000 bp
Actinopterygii 110 3246 2 0 108
Amphibia 113 3252 2 5 106
Aves 119 3141 1 118 0
Chondrichthyes 30 3336 1 0 29
Crocodylia 13 2947 0 12 1
Lepidosauria 84 2928 0 80 4
Mammalia 89 3165 6 31 52
Testudines 24 2793 0 24 0
  1. Number of sequences (N) present in our 582 sequences alignment, divided into three length classes (based on clade-wise alignment and not on the total vertebrate alignment). "Complete" indicates sequences included in the alignment for which the coding region of Rag1 has been entirely sequenced (bold numbers, [see Additional file 1]). "2000 bp < N<total length" indicates the number of sequences of more than 2000 base pairs, but not full length. "1000 bp < N<2000 bp" indicates the number of sequences between 1000 and 2000 base pairs long.