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Table 6 Transcripts from Aedes aegypti, the yellow fever mosquito

From: Deep RNA-Seq profile reveals biodiversity, plant–microbe interactions and a large family of NBS-LRR resistance genes in walnut (Juglans regia) tissues

Transcript Description E-value
C40984 _G1_I1 XM_ 001652893.1 Aedes aegypti trypsin partial mRNA 0.0
C56263 _G1_I1 AY432478.1 Aedes aegypti ASAP ID: 35053 metalloendopeptidase mRNA sequence 3e-152
C58453 _G1_I1 AY432463.1 Aedes aegypti ASAP ID: 35049 serine protease mRNA sequence 0.0
C62133 _G1_I1 U65375.1 AAU65375 Aedes aegypti 18S ribosomal RNA gene 0.0
C24216 _G1_I1 U65375.1 AAU65375 Aedes aegypti 18S ribosomal RNA gene 8e-148
C5389 _G1_I1 L22060.1 Aedes albopictus 8S, 5.8S, and 28S ribosomal RNA genes 0.0
C58751 _G1_I1 AY433205.1 Aedes aegypti solate A20 28S ribosomal RNA gene 9e-163
C59860 _G1_I1 AY736001.1 Aedes aegypti elongation factor 1 alpha mRNA, partial cds 4e-152
  1. These match with high significance to the yellow fever mosquito BLAST ‘nt’ database, and are mostly found in the vegetative bud (Fig. 2e). C40984_G1_I1 encodes an ORF with a 99 % identity to the Aedes aegypti trypsin. Interestingly, this protein also has a significant similarity to a female reproductive tract protease from Drosophila mojavensis, suggesting that the walnut vegetative bud has been used for egg-laying purposes by the female mosquito