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Identification and Evolutionary Analysis of Potential Candidate Genes in a Human Eating Disorder

Table 2

This table shows the mammalian species examined in this study, along with the “accession.version” number of the VGF sequence analyzed.

OrganismReference sequence

Pongo abeliiXM_002817792.1
Chlorocebus sabaeusXM_008018472.1
Macaca mulattaXM_001114019.1
Pan troglodytesXM_003949223.1
Callithrix jacchusXM_002743967.2
Odobenus rosmarusXM_004399054.1
Macaca fascicularisXM_005549512.1
Leptonychotes weddelliiXM_006733716.1
Otolemur garnettiiXM_003794166.1
Mustela putoriusXM_004761584.1
Spermophilus tridecemlineatusXM_005328486.1
Condylura cristataXM_004688258.1
Chinchilla lanigeraXM_005396865.1
Rattus norvegicusNM_030997.1
Trichechus manatusXM_004386747.1
Equus caballusXM_001916011.3
Heterocephalus glaberXM_004840148.1
Pteropus alectoXM_006918591.1
Tursiops truncatusXM_004312315.1
Orcinus orcaXM_004268845.1
Ceratotherium simumXM_004442177.1
Vicugna pacosXM_006201407.1
Nomascus leucogenysXM_003276606.1
Peromyscus maniculatusXM_006971252.1
Mesocricetus auratusXM_005080400.1
Sorex araneusXM_004620862.1
Oryctolagus cuniculusXM_008250723.1
Bos taurusXM_870373.5
Octodon degusXM_004630477.1
Lipotes vexilliferXM_007472135.1
Saimiri boliviensisXM_003934284.1
Myotis lucifugusXM_006106213.1
Eptesicus fuscusXM_008141437.1
Microtus ochrogasterXM_005344565.1
Orycteropus aferXM_007939997.1
Mus musculusXM_006504434.1
Jaculus jaculusXM_004666201.1
Ochotona princepsXM_004586958.1
Chrysochloris asiaticaXM_006859658.1
Echinops telfairiXM_004705611.1
Panthera tigrisXM_007074009.1
Homo sapiensNM_003378.3
Physeter catodonXM_007126398.1
Bubalus bubalisXM_006047303.1
Elephantulus edwardiiXM_006889712.1
Balaenoptera acutorostrataXM_007187021.1
Myotis brandtiiXM_005879163.1
Felis catusXM_004001431.1
Cavia porcellusXM_003470139.2
Pan paniscusXM_003807207.1
Bos mutusXM_005892862.1
Erinaceus europaeusXM_007517981.1
Pantholops hodgsoniiXM_005955976.1
Ovis ariesXM_004021273.1
Sus scrofaXM_005658608.1

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