Supplementary Material for Denker et al., 2019
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
Fig. S1. Maximum likelihood phylogenetic analysis of MTRs in vertebrates. The analysis was done using IQ-TREE with a high-confidence alignment of eighty MTRs (300 amino acid positions; Additional Dataset 1) and the best-fitting amino acid substitution model (JTT+F+I+G4). Numbers on branches are bootstrap support values. Other details as in the Fig. 1 legend (see main text)
Table S1. Details of all protein sequences used for phylogenetic analyses of the vertebrate MTR family
Table S2. Details of all sequences used for phylogenetic analyses of the vertebrate FAT protocadherin family
Additional Dataset 1. MTR sequence alignment used for phylogenetic analysis (i.e. Fig. 1; Fig. S1) and for comparative sequence analysis (Fig. 6)
Additional Dataset 2. FAT alignment used for phylogenetic analysis (i.e. Fig. 5)