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Table 1 Description of the data set available in TISs-ST using a non-redundant set of genes.

From: TISs-ST: a web server to evaluate polymorphic translation initiation sites and their reflections on the secretory targets

Group type I (Phylumaor Divisionb) Group type II (Class) Species Number of Sequences
Arthropodaa Insecta Anopheles gambiae 599
   Bombyx mori 274
   Drosophila melanogaster 8821
Ascomycotab Sordariomycetes Magnaporthe grisea 152
Bryophytab Bryopsida Physcomitrella patens 154
Chordataa Aves Gallus gallus 3135
  Actinopterygii Danio rerio 7074
   Oncorhynchus mykiss 367
   Oryzias latipes 171
  Amphibia Xenopus laevis 7440
   Xenopus tropicalis 3336
  Mammalia Bos taurus 2541
   Canis familiaris 322
   Homo sapiens 12387
   Mus musculus 11872
   Ovis aries 180
   Rattus norvegicus 8594
   Sus scrofa 603
Echinodermataa Echinoidea Strongylocentrotus purpuratus 134
Magnoliophytab Magnoliopsida Arabidopsis thaliana 14525
   Brassica napus 182
   Glycine max 373
   Lycopersicon esculentum 511
   Malus × domestica 133
   Solanum tuberosum 281
  Liliopsida Hordeum vulgare 334
   Oryza sativa 1090
   Triticum aestivum 315
   Zea mays 518
Nemataa Secernentea Caenorhabditis elegans 3051
Platyhelminthesa Trematoda Schistosoma japonicum 1093
   Schistosoma mansoni 135
  1. The number of sequences represents the total of unique genes. The sequences were taken from a subset of the NCBI UniGene data set [23] (retrieved August, 2005). The taxonomic classification was based on the Integrated Taxonomic Information System on-line database [26]. For the group classification, the phylum or division, and the class were used for the taxonomic level.