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Table 2 Putative sm-sites of DE-lincRNAs in wheat responding to stripe rust and powdery mildew

From: Genome-wide identification and functional prediction of novel and fungi-responsive lincRNAs in Triticum aestivum

Sequences Fungi Sequences Fungi Sequences Fungi
gauuuuga + aguuuugg P aauuuuuag P
aauuuugg P gguuuuaa aguuuuuga P
*aguuuuag P gauuuuaa + gauuuugg +
*aauuuuaa gguuuuuuga P gauuuuuuag P
gguuuuuga P gauuuuag aauuuuuuuga P
aauuuuag ± gauuuuugg P aguuuuga
aguuuuaa aguuuuuuuuuuag P aauuuuuga P
gauuuuuga P gguuuuuag P gguuuugg P
gguuuuuuuuuuugg + gauuuuuuuuuaa P gauuuuuugg P
gauuuuuaa S aauuuuuugg P gauuuuuag P
*aauuuuga ± aauuuuuuugg gguuuuag
gguuuuga aguuuuugg P aauuuuuuuuag S
aguuuuuag ± aguuuuuuuuuaa P aguuuuuaa P
aauuuuugg aauuuuuaa P gauuuuuuuaa P
gguuuuuuaa P aguuuuuugg P gguuuuuaa P
aauuuuuuaa P gauuuuuuaa P   
  1. The sm-site were predicted with RNA Analyzer online. P means that the motif harbored in the DE-lincRNA induced by powdery mildew. S means that the motif was harbored by the DE-lincRNA induced by stripe rust. “+” means that the DE-lincRNA carrying the corresponding motif was induced by both fungi. “−”means the motif was carried by several DE-lincRNAs but the latter were specific induced by stripe rust and powdery mildew respectively. The high frequent motifs were marked with star