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Table 4 Positively selected genes related to KEGG pathway, DNA repair, signal transduction, energy metabolism in Glyptelasma gigas

From: Comparative transcriptomic analysis of deep- and shallow-water barnacle species (Cirripedia, Poecilasmatidae) provides insights into deep-sea adaptation of sessile crustaceans

OrthologGlyptelasma gigasOctolasmis warwickiωFunction annotation
RNA transport pathway
 OGB9454ggi|DN22328_c1_g1owa|DN23857_c4_g11.379Transcription factor IIA
 OGB5776ggi|DN20749_c0_g1owa|DN20747_c0_g11.225Translation initiation factor eIF-2B subunit beta
DNA repair
 OGB7222ggi|DN23236_c0_g1owa|DN22044_c4_g51.232excision repair cross-complementation group 4 (ERCC4)
signal transduction
 OGB264ggi|DN12004_c0_g2owa|DN11255_c0_g11.544calcitonin receptor-like protein, family B
 OGB1774ggi|DN20047_c0_g1owa|DN15857_c0_g11.350anoctamin-8
 OGB10477ggi|DN15294_c0_g1owa|DN25773_c0_g11.265G protein-coupled receptor 125 (GPCR 125)
 OGB2583ggi|DN24294_c2_g5owa|DN17092_c0_g11.211WD domain, G-beta repeat
 OGB11272ggi|DN14199_c0_g1owa|DN657_c0_g11.210neurotransmitter-gated ion-channel transmembrane domain
energy metabolism
 OGB10876ggi|DN37033_c0_g1owa|DN33970_c0_g11.641galactosyltransferase
 OGB5160ggi|DN11355_c0_g1owa|DN20183_c0_g11.220Discoidin domain receptor 2 (DDR2)