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Table 2 Number of sequences present in our alignment for each part (5' and 3'-ends) of Rag1

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

   N Bp Complete fragment 1000 bp <N <complete fragment
Actinopterygii 3' 110 1453-3246 2 108
Amphibia 5' 7 1-1461 2 5
  3' 113 1462-3252 2 111
Aves 5' 119 1-1353 1 118
  3' 119 1354-3141 1 118
Chondrichthyes 3' 30 1360-3338 1 29
Crocodylia 5' 13 1-1257 2 11
  3' 13 1258-2947 1 12
Lepidosauria 5' 80 1-1263 68 12
  3' 84 1264-2928 24 60
Mammalia 5' 37 1-1377 6 31
  3' 89 1378-3165 6 83
Testudines 5' 24 1-1212 24 0
  3' 24 1213-2793 23 1
  1. Number of sequences (N) included in our dataset for each part (5' and 3'-ends) of the analyzed fragment of Rag1. Different fragment lengths are indicated (based on the same alignment as in Table 1). "Bp" indicates the total number of base pairs or the base pairs range for the analyzed fragment after the within group alignment. "Complete fragment" indicates sequences included in the alignment for which the entire part of the gene as indicated under "Bp" was available. "1000 bp < N<complete fragment" indicates the number of sequences of more than 1000 base pairs, but not covering the full length of the fragment. Note that for Actinopterygii and Chondrichthyes only the 3'-end of the gene is indicated. 3' and 5' indicate the 3' and 5'-ends of the gene, respectively. See Methods for any additional information on the gene divisions and data available for each gene division.