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Table 4 Contaminant OAZ sequences

From: Ornithine decarboxylase antizyme finder (OAF): Fast and reliable detection of antizymes with frameshifts in mRNAs

Species Family Expected cluster Found cluster Family of the best Blast hit Possible source of contamination EST
Toxoplasma gondii Sarcocystidae - OAZ1 Suidae From cell host (pig) DV107889 DV107991
Citrus clementina Rutaceae - OAZ (A1) Cicadillidae From pest (sharpshooter?) DY278292
Populus tremula × Populus tremuloides Salicaceae - OAZ (A1) Aphididae From pest (aphid?) BU826038 DN500296
Lactuca perennis Asteraceae - OAZ (A1) Aphididae From pest (aphid?) DW084698
Pinus taeda Pinaceae - OAZ (F1) Corticiaceae From symbiont fungus CF389943
Danio rerio Cyprinidae OAZ1L/OAZ1S/OAZ2 OAZ (A1) Acrididae From food (Brian shrimp?) CK868153
  1. OAZ corresponding to sequences from contaminating organisms are shown. Names of organisms where contaminants were found are given in the first column. The second column represents the corresponding taxonomic family. The third column shows an OAZ cluster to which an OAZ is expected to belong based on the taxonomy of the source organism. The third column shows a cluster to which the sequence belongs. The fourth column lists the likely source of contamination. The fifth contains EST accession numbers.