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Table 1 A table showing ds/dn comparison for PBR residues of CD94L. Comparing synonymous versus non-synonymous substitutions for PBR residues confirms that rodent and primate CD94L sequences all derive from a common ancestor.

From: The orthology of HLA-E and H2-Qa1 is hidden by their concerted evolution with other MHC class I molecules

   ds/dn values Rank among 406 pairwise comparisons
Saoe E Patr E 6,35 1
RT-BM1 Hm1C3 5,29 2
Saoe E HLA-E 4,94 3
H2-Qa1 RT-BM1 4,59 5
Saoe E MaMu E 4,13 6
Hm1C3 HLA-E 3,7 9
RT-BM1 Saoe E 3,65 10
Hm1C3 MaMu E 3,37 13
Hm1C3 Patr E 3,25 15
H2-Qa1 Saoe E 3,24 16
H2-Qa1 HLA-E 2,99 21
RT-BM1 Patr E 2,95 23
H2-Qa1 MaMu E 2,89 25
RT-BM1 HLA-E 2,88 27
RT-BM1 PemaQa1 2,83 31
H2-Qa1 Hm1C3 2,8 33
H2-Qa1 Patr E 2,79 36
PemaQa1 Patr E 2,59 47
RT-BM1 MaMu E 2,49 55
PemaQa1 HLA-E 2,47 58
PemaQa1 MaMu E 2,4 61
Hm1C3 Saoe E 2,27 69
MaMu E HLA-E 2,21 77
Patr E HLA-E 1,9 100
MaMu E Patr E 1,62 134
PemaQa1 Saoe E 1,51 151
H2-Qa1 PemaQa1 1,4 165
Hm1C3 PemaQa1 1,19 217
averages    
for all 29 sequences 406 comparisons 1,42  
for 19 class Ia sequences 171 comparisons 0,87  
for 8 CD94L sequences global(28 comparisons) 3,02  
  11 intra-genus 3,40  
  17 inter-genus 2,78  
  1. ds/dn ratios were calculated for the PBR residues of aligned nucleic sequences corresponding to all 29 proteins appearing in Fig. 2, yielding 406 individual pairwise comparisons (see MαM). For the sake of space and clarity, only the ds/dn values obtained for comparisons among CD94L molecules are shown here, as well as their rank within those 406 comparisons. Values for intra-taxa comparisons are shown in bold (i.e. primate vs primate or rodent vs rodent CD94L).