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From: The cathepsin S cysteine proteinase of the burrowing nematode Radopholus similis is essential for the reproduction and invasion

Fig. 1

The phylogenetic relationships between Radopholus similis CPS and CPS proteins in other organisms. The phylogram was constructed based on amino acid sequences to describe the evolutionary relationships among 25 CPS proteins from 17 different species using MEGA 5.0. The numbers below the branches indicate the bootstrap values, which were calculated from 1000 replicates. The GenBank accession numbers of the sequences are in brackets. Radopholus similis CPS is underlined. Distance scale = 0.1

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