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Fig. 5 | BMC Genomics

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From: The genomes of two parasitic wasps that parasitize the diamondback moth

Fig. 5

The phylogenetic relationships of neprilysins in insects and their expression levels in different stage of C. vestalis. a The phylogenetic relationships of neprilysins in insects. 216 neprilysins of 11 species (A. mellifera, A. pisum, B. mori, C. solmsi, C. vestalis, D. collaris, D. melanogaster, D. semiclausum, N. vitripennis, P. xylostella, T. castaneum) were used to construct the phylogenetic tree by maximum likelihood method. b Heatmap showing expression levels of all the NEP genes in different stage of C. vestalis. A total of 28 genes and two pseudugenes were found in C. vestalis genomes. Among the 28 NEP family genes in C. vestalis, more than half of them were highly expressed in parasitic periods (egg and larvae stages)

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