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Table 1 Number of obtained unique full open reading frame (full-ORF) and sequences with one or more stop codons (pseudogenes) from various diploid Triticum species. Accession numbers are given between brackets.

From: Alpha-gliadin genes from the A, B, and D genomes of wheat contain different sets of celiac disease epitopes

Genome Species, Accession Full-ORF Pseudogenes Total
A T. monococcum, CGN 06602 15 (DQ002569 – DQ002583) 39 (DQ002600 – DQ002638) 54
B T. speltoides, CGN 106821 2 (DQ002584 – DQ002585) 23 (DQ002639 – DQ002661) 25
  T. speltoides, CGN 106841 3 (DQ002586 – DQ002588) 9 (DQ002662 – DQ002670) 12
  T. longissima1 0 66 (DQ002671 – DQ002736) 66
D T. tauschii 11 (DQ002589 – DQ002599) 62 (DQ002737 – DQ002798) 73
Total   31 199 230
  1. 1 The correct annotation is S genome for T. speltoides and S1 genome for T. longissima [1], but as they are here taken as closest representatives of the B genome, we will, for clarity, refer to them as B genome.