Table 1.

Comparison of the amino acid identities between Gyc-88E and selected guanylyl cyclase subunits

Percentage identity
N-terminal domain (residues 1-385)Catalytic domain (residues 386-608)C-terminal domain (residues 609-947)
Gyc-88E vs MsGC-β3 85% 81% 19% 
Gyc-88E vs CP12881 70% 86% 18% 
Gyc-88E vs Rat-β2 37% 49% 
Gyc-88E vs Gyc-89Db 33% 43% 
Gyc-88E vs Rat-β1 33% 40% 
Gyc-88E vs Gycβ-100B 15% 35% 
Percentage identity
N-terminal domain (residues 1-385)Catalytic domain (residues 386-608)C-terminal domain (residues 609-947)
Gyc-88E vs MsGC-β3 85% 81% 19% 
Gyc-88E vs CP12881 70% 86% 18% 
Gyc-88E vs Rat-β2 37% 49% 
Gyc-88E vs Gyc-89Db 33% 43% 
Gyc-88E vs Rat-β1 33% 40% 
Gyc-88E vs Gycβ-100B 15% 35% 

The sequences were aligned using ClustalW, and the percentages of residues that were identical with Gyc-88E were determined. CP12881 is the predicted orthologue of MsGC-β3 in Anopheles gambiae (accession number EAA01162). The positions of the functional domains are based on those of the rat β1 subunit (Namiki et al.,2001).

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