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Table 2 The genomic prediction of N. lugens Toll family

From: The genome- and transcriptome-wide analysis of innate immunity in the brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens

Predicted gene GenBank ID Locus Size (aa) Exon Orientation UTR LRR region Transmemebrane
and LIR
Best match Similarity Mw (KDa) pI
Toll-1 KC355234 scaffold1767 1156 6 - no 14 have P. h. corporis 61% 131.3 6.16
Toll-6 KC355235 scaffold1818 1254 2 - no 21 have T. castaneum 85% 142.5 5.86
Toll-7 KC355236 scaffold1910 1325 1 + no 21 have P. h. corporis 79% 150.8 6.06
Toll-8 KC355237 scaffold90 1296 3 + no 21 have P. h. corporis 81% 147.7 5.48
Toll-10 KC355238 scaffold569 1302 1 + no 23 have P. h. corporis 73% 146.4 5.57
Toll-13 KC355193 scaffold2123 691 2 - have 14 no A. mellifera 67% 77.13 5.22
  1. The genomic organization of exons and introns of the genes for pattern recognition proteins is predicted based on the mRNA-genome alignments at the NCBI spideyweb (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/spidey/spideyweb.cgi). LRR: leucine-rich repeats; TIR: Toll-interleukin homolog domain. Molecular weight (Mw) and isoelectric point (pI) are analyzed using Compute pI/MW tool (http://web.expasy.org/compute_pi/). P. h. corporis, Pediculus humanus corporis; T. castaneum , Tribolium castaneum; A. mellifera, Apis mellifera.