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Figure 2 | BMC Genomics

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From: The G protein-coupled receptor subset of the dog genome is more similar to that in humans than rodents

Figure 2

Consensus trees of the human (hs) and dog (cf) Adhesion , Frizzled , Glutamate and Secretin GPCR families. Each tree is based on 100 Maximum Parsimony trees. The sequence alignments used for phylogenetic calculations were based on the transmembrane segments. For each GPCR family a pie-chart displays the average pairwise percentages of protein sequence identity between human, mouse and dog one-to-one orthologs.

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