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Table 1 A selection of stomatin subfamilies.

From: Slipins: ancient origin, duplication and diversification of the stomatin protein family

Group Species Representative Stomatin Slipin-3* [SLP-3] Podocin Slipin-4** Paraslipin* [SLP-2]
Primates Homo sapiens NP_004090.4 (100) NP660329.1 (100) NP_055440.1 (100) - NP_038470.1 (100)
Rodents Mus musculus NP_038543.1 (87) NP_694796.1 (91) NP_569723.1 (87) - NP_075720.1 (94)
Birds Gallus gallus XP_415401.2 (94) XP_425632.2 (76) XP_422265.2 (62) - XP_430510 (53)
Amphibians Xenopus tropicalis - NP_989344.1 (68) - - NP_001004808.1 (82)
Teleosts Danio rerio NP_571833.1 (83) - NP_001018155.1 (44) - NP_957325.1 (81)
Insects Drosophila melanogaster NP_729018.1 (67) - - NP_573357.1 NP_996512.1 NP_611853.2 (65)
Crustaceans Daphnia pulex JGI_45422 (71) - - JGIest_193650 JGI_45422 JGIest_204990 (68)
Nematodes Caenorhabditis elegans NP_508902.3 (69) - - - NP_492517.2 (64)
Annelids Capitella sp. I JGIest_172850 (71) - - - JGIest_225245 (64)
Choanoflagellates Monosiga brevicollis - - - - JGIest_ 32235 (62)
Fungi Schizosaccharomyces pombe - - - - NP_596756.1 (53)
  Debaryomyces hansenii XP_457231.1 (30) Ω - - - XP_457451.1 (58)
Plants Arabidopsis thaliana - - - - NP_200221.1 (55)
  Oryza sativa - - - - NP_001061036.1 (48)
Stramenopiles Phytophthora ramorum - - - - JGI_71814 (57)
Kinetoplastids Trypanosoma cruzi - - - - XP_808902.1 (47)
Apicomplexa Plasmodium falciparum - - - - NP_473293.1 (48)
Ciliates Tetrahymena thermophila XP_001033024.1 (35) Ω     XP_001027964.1 (44)
Diplomonads Giardia lamblia - - - - -
Entamoeba Entamoeba histolytica - - - - -
Archaea (Crenarchaeota) Aeropyrum pernix NP_148418.2 (52) ‡ - - - -
Archaea (Euryarchaeota) Pyrococcus abyssi NP_126340.1 (49) ‡ - - - NP_127238.1 (42)
Bacteria Burkholderia thailandensis YP_440000.1 (48) ‡ - - - YP_442572.1 (51)
  Neisseria meningitidis - - - - NP_274245.1 (49)
  1. Accession numbers or JGI protein IDs of the proposed subfamily members are listed in each column. If genomes contained multiple copies of the same protein, the sequence with the highest BLAST score was selected. Numbers in parentheses indicate % amino acid identity to the human protein in the column heading. – indicates that no match was found in that species. * indicates the new subfamily name, [names in square brackets are previously used names], ** indicates a newly reported subfamily, ‡ = eoslipin [p-stomatin], Ω = alloslipin. Note that slipin-1 [SLP-1] proteins are not included but are highly diverged members of the stomatin protein family.