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Table 3 Variable nucleotide and amino acid sites in Rag1

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

   N Bp Variable nucleotides Variable nucleotide 1st pos Variable nucleotide 2nd pos Variable nucleotide 3rd pos N aa Variable aa
Actinopterygii F 110 3246 46 38 27 74 1082 43
  3' 110 1453-3246 56 47 31 90 598 50
Amphibia F 113 3252 60 50 38 92 1084 57
  5' 7 1-1461 62 51 45 89 487 60
  3' 113 1462-3252 58 50 32 94 597 55
Aves F 119 3141 48 39 23 86 1047 39
  5' 119 1-1353 59 48 41 87 451 58
  3' 119 1354-3141 39 23 10 85 596 25
Chondrichthyes F 30 3336 19 13 9 36 1112 16
  3' 30 1360-3336 32 22 15 54 659 26
Crocodylia F 13 2947 5 5 1 9 983 5
  5' 13 1-1257 6 5 2 10 419 8
  3' 13 1258-2947 4 4 1 8 564 4
Lepidosauria F 84 2928 63 53 41 97 976 58
  5' 80 1-1263 75 67 61 98 421 74
  3' 84 1264-2928 54 42 25 96 555 45
Mammalia F 89 3165 52 38 27 92 1055 42
  5' 37 1-1377 61 50 42 92 459 61
  3' 89 1378-3165 45 28 15 93 596 28
Testudines F 24 2793 26 16 10 53 931 20
  5' 24 1-1212 31 23 16 52 404 30
  3' 24 1212-2793 23 10 5 53 527 11
  1. The variability in nucleotides and amino acids is presented in percentages (rounded to the higher integer) for the 582 sequences dataset. "N" indicates the number of sequences included. "Bp" indicates the total number of base pairs or the base pairs range for the analyzed fragment after the within group alignment. "N aa" indicates the number of amino acids in the analyzed fragment after the within group alignment. Note that for Actinopterygii and Chondrichthyes only the 3'-end of the gene is indicated. "F", "5"' and "3"' indicate the full gene and the 5' and 3'-ends of the gene, respectively. See Methods for any additional information on the gene divisions and data available for each gene division.