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Fig. 5 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 5

From: Genomic and expression analyses of Tursiops truncatus T cell receptor gamma (TRG) and alpha/delta (TRA/TRD) loci reveal a similar basic public γδ repertoire in dolphin and human

Fig. 5

CDR3 nucleotide sequences retrieved from genomic rearranged clones. Nucleotide sequences are shown from codon 104 (2nd-CYS) to codon 118 (J-PHE) (a and b) and from codon 104 (2nd-CYS) to codon 115 (c). They are grouped on the basis of their rearrangement (a) and (b) TRGV2-TRGJ3 or (c) TRGV1-TRGJ2. N-nucleotides added by TdT are indicated in lower cases. Numbers in the left and right columns indicate the number of nucleotides that are trimmed from the 3'V-REGION and 5'J-REGION, respectively. The germline region of the TRGV and TRGJ genes coincides with 0 in the nt V and nt J columns, respectively. Clones with the same CDR3-IMGT nucleotide sequence deriving from two or more animals (L, K and C) are underlined (see also Fig. 4). In (a), unproductive rearrangements for the presence of a stop codon (*) and for frameshifts in the CDR3, are indicated

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