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The amplification conditions, which were carefully chosen to obtain signals in a linear amplification range, were denaturation at 94°C for 30 s, annealing at 60°C for 30 s, and extension at 72°C for 30 s for 32 cycles for the chemokines tested, and 23 cycles for β-actin. Here, we conducted the first large‐scale geographic analysis of genetic variation within and among wild zebrafish (Danio rerio) populations occurring in Nepal, India, and Bangladesh, and we genetically compared wild populations to several commonly used lab strains. Kasahara M, Naruse K, Sasaki S, Nakatani Y, Qu W, Ahsan B, Yamada T, Nagayasu Y, Doi K, Kasai Y, Jindo T, Kobayashi D, Shimada A, Toyoda A, Kuroki Y, Fujiyama A, Sasaki T, Shimizu A, Asakawa S, Shimizu N, Hashimoto S, Yang J, Lee Y, Matsushima K, Sugano S, Sakaizumi M, Narita T, Ohishi K, Haga S, Ohta F, Nomoto H, Nogata K, Morishita T, Endo T, Shin IT, Takeda H, Morishita S, Kohara Y: The medaka draft genome and insights into vertebrate genome evolution. Sequence analysis of the cDNA predicts that zLum encodes 344 amino acids. Groups were defined as follows: PAR, KHA and CHIT each formed a separate group; BER, DHO, JOR, PGM and RCH formed a group; PNS, UTR and TM1 formed a group; and AB and SJA were grouped together. Sequences were aligned manually with CODONCODE ALIGNER ver. We used the AmiGO browser of gene ontology (http://www.geneontology.org), the KEGG PATHWAY database (http://www.genome.jp/kegg/pathway.html) and the UniProt database (http://www.uniprot.org/), along with corresponding literature searches to assign significant outlier SNPs to putative functional groups. While the short‐read k‐mer‐based genome size estimate of 906.6 Mb matches the final assembly size of 908.9 Mb very well, the C‐value‐derived genome size estimate is slightly larger (938.9 Mb). 2004). Indeed, much of northern and western India may have been desert during glacial maxima (Fleischer et al. Fixation for separate mtDNA haplotypes between TM1 and AB/SJA is consistent with pet store lines that were obtained separately from the wild. The genome of the wild zebrafish was sequenced at 39-fold coverage. Selection is expected to influence the levels of genetic diversity in the vicinity of target loci. The considerable size of the zebrafish genome in combination with a lack of isogenic lines initially delayed the establishment of WGS as a reliable tool to map mutations cost effectively. Science. 2002, 294 (1–2): 35-44. Parallelism and Epistasis in Skeletal Evolution Identified through Use of Phylogenomic Mapping Strategies. performed RT-PCR. We present the most extensive overall analysis of the chemokine repertoire in zebrafish and compare this to those of other fishes and human. Kato Y, Nakao M, Shimizu M, Wariishi H, Yano T: Purification and functional assessment of C3a, C4a and C5a of the common carp (Cyprinus carpio) complement. By using this website, you agree to our Standard Sanger sequencing was performed on both strands of DNA for each individual. (DOC 106 KB), Additional file 4: . Enter your email address below and we will send you your username, If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username, I have read and accept the Wiley Online Library Terms and Conditions of Use. 10.1101/gr.640303. Disjunct extant populations occur in southwestern India in the Western Ghats mountain range (Engeszer et al. For genome size estimation, random genomic sequences of medaka, stickleback, tetraodon, and zebrafish were extracted in the same way; each comprised 5.4 Mb and had a sequence length distribution similar to the N. furzeri 5.4 Mb. A few orthologous relationships between fish and human chemokines are inferred based on the phylogenetic trees generated by using two matrices (Figure 2). This array contained a combination of confirmed and predicted SNPs in gene transcripts based on Stickney et al. 8 mM CaCl2, 1. In mice, there are 38 genes (21 CC, 15 CXCL, one CX3C, and one XC genes) in addition to several CC genes similar to Ccl19, Ccl21, and Ccl27 with variable copy numbers between strains. Zebrafish also possesses a novel species-specific subfamily consisting of five members, which we term the CX subfamily. Crossref; PubMed ; Google Scholar, Yu et al., 2012. You can also browse the zebrafish Anatomical Ontology (AO) to show anatomical terms that are present at that stage. In the CXC chemokines, one CXCL11 group and two fish-specific groups are evident in addition to the orthologous groups of CXCL12 and CXCL14 (Figure 2B). Linkage disequilibrium was not significantly elevated surrounding any divergent outlier loci in the representative natural population but was significantly elevated surrounding one low outlier (progestin and adipoQ receptor family member IIIa; Table S3, Supporting information; Fig 6a). S3, Supporting information). 10.1038/84219. Learn more. Thus, the CX group and neighboring CC genes on chromosome 24 only identified in the present study constitutes truly a novel gene cluster in the zebrafish genome. CAS  Genomics and the future of conservation genetics, Levels of linkage disequilibrium in a wild bird population, Failure to replicate two mate preference QTLs across multiple strains of, Identifying adaptive genetic divergence among populations from genome scans, GENETIX 4.0. Recent completion of the chimpanzee genome sequencing revealed that the chemokine family is one of the most rapidly evolving gene clusters [45]. 1187-1196. Sequencing of the approximately 1.7 billion bases of the zebrafish genome is currently underway. One nonsynonymous substitution occurred in a gene putatively associated with metabolic processes (glucose‐fructose oxidoreductase activity) and another with signal transduction (Table S3, Supporting information). In contrast, recombinant CCL-chr11a showed little chemotactic activity for carp leukocytes (Figure 6B). For the hierarchical FDIST model, 30 000 simulations were conducted with 20 simulated groups each with 100 demes. The gene-specific primer 5'-CCATTTCAGCTGAGGGTCCACACAG was derived from an EST sequence (GenBank accession number BQ615577). The K = 7 model revealed differentiation between the two Indian samples southwest of the Ganges River (PNS and UTR) from the samples north or east of the Ganges River (BER, DHO, JOR, PGM, and RCH; Fig. The genome sequences of these fishes are nearly complete, and 85% (zebrafish) and 90% (the two pufferfish species) of the genomes are represented in the draft sequences. This assay is based on the Molecular Inversion Probes (MIPs) approach (Hardenbol et al. We estimated r2 between each of the surrounding SNPs and the focal outlier or central locus within a nonoutlier window. Nature. Sequence data for the 1122 bp region of the cytochrome b (cytb) gene examined in 177 zebrafish revealed a total of 67 haplotypes defined by 174 segregating sites of which 156 were parsimony informative. The remaining outliers (59 high outliers and 20 low outliers) were significant only when lab strains were included in the analysis and are therefore candidates for the influence of domestication selection. Molecular genetic approaches to dissect complex behaviors in zebrafish. For the wild population test, we used outliers from the hierarchical analysis that excluded lab strains. The mRNA was expressed mainly during a certain period of the embryogenesis, suggesting its role in the zebrafish development. Zebrafish chemokine genes were designated according to their subfamily + L standing for ligand (CCL, CXCL, XCL, or CXL), followed by the chromosome number prefixed with chr and by alphabets to distinguish individual genes on a given chromosome. We used the population structure consistent with the K = 7 STRUCTURE model (see SNP divergence among populations in Results section below) to account for substructure within the hierarchical FDIST model. Population Genomics: Advancing Understanding of Nature. 3b. Schematic genomic organization of the zebrafish chemokine gene family. We amplified a 1122 bp region of the cytochrome b (cytb) gene with primers modified from Fang et al. The other cluster contained only CXC chemokines from various species. A population genomic scan in Chorthippus grasshoppers unveils previously unknown phenotypic divergence. Based on the sequences we supplied, Affymetrix (Santa Clara, CA) developed a Custom Affymetrix Targeted Genotyping assay. The zebrafish genome project at the Wellcome Sanger Institute produced the zebrafish reference assembly of the Tuebingen strain. The zebrafish lumican gene (zlum) spans approximately 4.6 kb of the zebrafish genome. The zebrafish (anio rerio) as a model organism, with emphasis on applications for finfish aquaculture research. 10.1089/104454999315330. Nat Immunol. We also searched chemokine genes in pufferfish fugu and Tetraodon, and found only 18 chemokine genes in each species. First, outliers associated with nonsynonymous substitutions may be the direct targets of selection. Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password. 2006) populations, but more fine‐scale analysis will be necessary to substantiate this comparison. CAS  Numbers along branches show posterior probabilities of nodes. 2.3.1 (Pritchard et al. Given that zebrafish is an important experimental model and teleost fishes constitute an evolutionarily diverse group that forms half the vertebrate species, it would be useful to compare the zebrafish chemokine system with those of mammals. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences. Two of these genomic windows with significantly reduced heterozygosity occurred on chromosome 1 (unknown genes; Table S4, Supporting information). Gilligan P, Brenner S, Venkatesh B: Fugu and human sequence comparison identifies novel human genes and conserved non-coding sequences. [http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/services/NetOGlyc/], SOSUI. The zebrafish chemokine genes are distributed on 17 different chromosomes, but 10 genes have not yet been localized on any chromosomes. In total, 393 scaffolds of 13,623 were found to be more than 1 Mb in size. For the analysis of population groups across geographic space, we used STRUCTURE ver. 2004, 5 (2): 150-163. In this paper, our main objective was to provide the first population genomic analysis of wild zebrafish populations on a large geographic scale. DeVries et al. 2009). Linkage disequilibrium may also be elevated in regions surrounding outlier loci. Cell suspension of the head and body kidneys was layered on an isotonic Percoll (GE Healthcare, Buckinghamshire, England) solution of the specific gravity of 1.090. All pairwise FST and Dest estimates were significant after controlling the FDR (α = 0.05), except for the estimates between PGM and JOR for both measures (Table S2, Supporting information). Chemotactic responses are expressed as the mean numbers of cells per 0.4 mm3 ± SD (n = 3). Two occurred within a 20 Mb region (P = 0.036) on chromosomes 6, 13 and 22. Substantial genetic variation that exists in zebrafish as a whole is missing from lab strains that we analysed. A data set of 479 SNPs remained following filtration for fixed loci, MAF <1%, LD and outliers. ): Survival and Developmental Responses to Low pH Conditions 10.1038/79738. Genome Human Mouse‡ Zebrafish Size of genome (Gb) 3.2 2.8 1.41§ Size of RR genome (Mb) 74 38 31 percent of whole genome 2.3 1.4 2.2 Gc content of whole genome (%) 40.9 41.7 36.5 Huising MO, Meulen van der T, Flik G, Verburg-van Kemenade BM: Three novel carp CXC chemokines are expressed early in ontogeny and at nonimmune sites. 10.1007/s00251-004-0697-7. Five high outliers (P = 0.003) within a 20 Mb window occurred on chromosome 19 (Table S4, Supporting information; Fig. Moss, Stephen P., Joyce, Domino A., Humphries, Stuart et al, Tindall, Katherine J. and Lunt, David H. (2011) Comparative analysis of teleost genome sequences reveals an ancient intron size expansion in the zebrafish lineage. Cell. Progress in sequencing technology, multiplexing, and cost reduction eventually made WGS an efficient method to map mutations, which is now widely used in zebrafish research. National Center for Biotechnology Information. Two pufferfishes, Takifugu rubripes (Aparicio et al., 2002) and Tetraodon nigroviridis (Jaillon et al., 2004) have almost equal size of genome (400 Mb), however medaka has 2-fold bigger genome (800 Mb) and zebrafish has 4-fold bigger genome (1700 Mb), showing the genome size diversity. These features suggest that one of the duplicated CX immediate ancestor genes have translocated to another chromosome. 1). Developmental biology. To test for nonrandom outlier aggregations, we divided the genome into 20 Mb bins. CXL-chr24a, 5'-TTTGGTACCATGCATCTGTCCTCTGTATCTCA and 5'-TTTTCTAGAAGCCTCCCCTCTACACGTTAC. Recently, Peatman and Liu [19] reported identification of 46 CC chemokine genes in the zebrafish genome. Wiens GD, Glenney GW, Lapatra SE, Welch TJ: Identification of novel rainbow trout (Onchorynchus mykiss) chemokines, CXCd1 and CXCd2: mRNA expression after Yersinia ruckeri vaccination and challenge. Article  In humans, at least 44 members are known. Developmental and comparative immunology. To determine the cell types attracted by chemokines, cells migrated into the lower wells were analyzed by the May-Grunwald-Giemsa staining. 10.1038/nature01338. The 5' sequence of one clone (CCL-chrUi) was obtained by RACE reaction. The RCH sample, from Bangladesh, clustered with the northern India SNP group, instead of with CHT as it did for the mtDNA data (Fig. The number of haplotypes per population ranged from 1 to 10 (Table 2). Peatman E, Bao B, Baoprasertkul P, Liu Z: In silico identification and expression analysis of 12 novel CC chemokines in catfish. The name field contains the sequence of the target and a number that is an indirect measurement of the potential of the CRISPR to anneal to off-target sites. Wagner A: Birth and death of duplicated genes in completely sequenced eukaryotes. 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.4393-04.2005. Zebrafish adults have alternating dark and light horizontal stripes, resulting from the precise arrangement of three main classes of pigment cells: black melanophores, yellow xanthophores, and iridescent iridophores. One example of the genes generated by the whole-genome duplication may be cxcl12a gene on chromosome 13 and cxcl12b or cxcl12bL genes on chromosome 22. For the representative wild population, we tested LD among 1387 variable loci. The hierarchical outlier analysis that included lab strains revealed 99 loci (P ≤ 0.01) with extreme genetic differentiation consistent with either directional (N = 75) or balancing (N = 24) selection (Figs 5b and 6b). We identified 19 465 protein-coding genes, which had an average transcript length of 17.3 kb. 2005, 25 (7): 1711-1717. Human CXCL12 and Tetraodon CXCL-chr17b are also identified as the orthologous genes based on the phylogenetic (Figure 2B) and synteny analyses (not shown). https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2164-9-222, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2164-9-222. 3.1.2 (Ronquist & Huelsenbeck 2003). This resulted in 1832 variable SNPs among all populations and lab strains. 2007, 24 (1): 26-53. These results suggest that the cluster genes arose from extensive tandem duplication events following the divergence of zebrafish and other teleosts. The Laboratory Domestication of Zebrafish: From Diverse Populations to Inbred Substrains. The interior-branch test is therefore more preferable for the present analysis than the bootstrap test. Nature. [20] and Peatman and Liu [19] are clearly found within each group of chemokines. Primers used are listed in Table 3. β-actin was used as an internal control. Besides gene number differences, there exist lineage-specific chemokine genes as well as genes ambiguous in the orthologous relationship even between human and mouse. Further, we could not have examined all of our population samples collectively without violation of the assumption of sample exchangeability during the ‘scattering’ phase of the models implemented in BAYESFST (Beaumont & Balding 2004) or BAYESCAN (Foll & Gaggiotti 2008). The relative comparison of genetic divergence among wild populations and lab strains with this set of SNPs is likely robust to ascertainment bias, but further comparison of absolute values of divergence and diversity between lab strains and wild populations based on the SNP data would likely be biased. These genetic groups corresponded to discrete geographic regions and appear to reflect isolation in refugia during past climate cycles. For example, CCL-chr25a stands for one of the CC chemokine ligand genes found on chromosome 25. We find strong evidence for a regulatory role of these interactions, consistent with previous studies that concentrated on highly conserved sequences in vertebrates and involved in genomic regulatory blocks (GRBs) (64). Genome‐wide association analyses based on whole‐genome sequencing of Protosalanx hyalocranius provide insights into sex determination of Salangid fishes. Discussion . These historical factors appear to have led to varying degrees of divergence of the zebrafish populations from the central Ganges/Brahmaputra genetic group. In zebrafish, extensive duplication events have occurred on some chromosomes and generated a novel subfamily CX and some CXC member genes from the neighboring CC genes. ... 2.8 MB: 0. danRer7_RefSeq.bed.gz: 2014-08-06: 931.7 kB: 0. danRer7_ZGC.bed.gz: 2014-08-06: 905.7 kB: 0. However, we can not formally exclude the possibility that there exist undiscovered genes that closely resemble to any of the selected genes. The zebrafish chemokine genes used in the RT-PCR analyses (Figure 5) are shown in red letters, and the genes identical or similar to those identified by DeVries et al. Well‐developed molecular genetic techniques such as morpholino gene knockdown could provide unprecedented analyses of a wide array of organismal effects of gene function in a vertebrate. Aparicio S, Chapman J, Stupka E, Putnam N, Chia JM, Dehal P, Christoffels A, Rash S, Hoon S, Smit A, Gelpke MD, Roach J, Oh T, Ho IY, Wong M, Detter C, Verhoef F, Predki P, Tay A, Lucas S, Richardson P, Smith SF, Clark MS, Edwards YJ, Doggett N, Zharkikh A, Tavtigian SV, Pruss D, Barnstead M, Evans C, Baden H, Powell J, Glusman G, Rowen L, Hood L, Tan YH, Elgar G, Hawkins T, Venkatesh B, Rokhsar D, Brenner S: Whole-genome shotgun assembly and analysis of the genome of Fugu rubripes. Nature. This result could also be due to insufficient genomic resolution in our analysis or may be due to a history of soft sweeps that tend to leave small genomic footprints near selected loci, especially in the presence of gene flow (Pennings & Hermisson 2006; Allendorf et al. Four high outliers (P = 0.008) occurred within a 20 Mb region on chromosome 14 and three high outliers (P = 0.04) occurred within 20 Mb regions on chromosomes 1, 2, 5 and 19. Yoshie O, Imai T, Nomiyama H: Chemokines in immunity. Genome editing methods including CRISPR and Tol2. For example, the majority of the CC chemokine genes from the major clusters on chromosomes 24 and 25 form separate branches consisting of only zebrafish genes in the phylogenetic tree. Nomiyama H, Otsuka-Ono K, Miura R, Osada N, Terao K, Yoshie O, Kusuda J: Identification of a Novel CXCL1-Like Chemokine Gene in Macaques and Its Inactivation in Hominids. These regions were called with high confidence, with each base having a minimum sequencing depth of 20, a "most probable genotype" (MPG) score of at least 10, a ratio of MPG score to coverage greater than … Of note, two CC genes on chromosome 17, CCL-chr17b and CCL-chr17c, also contain one or three of the additional cysteine residues (see Additional file 3) and consist of five coding exons (Figure 4). The remaining low outliers were synonymous substitutions (Table S3, Supporting information). The sample size for AB was larger than TM1 (Table 1). When the genome organization is compared with the phylogenetic tree (Figure 2), zebrafish genes consisting of the same major or mini-clusters also tend to locate in the same branches of the phylogenetic tree. Doitsidou M, Reichman-Fried M, Stebler J, Koprunner M, Dorries J, Meyer D, Esguerra CV, Leung T, Raz E: Guidance of primordial germ cell migration by the chemokine SDF-1. 2000, 1 (4): 298-304. [http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Software/Pfam/]. In WGS-based gene discovery approaches, the size of the zebrafish genome forces relatively low coverage due to cost considerations (typically 4× or lower). Clusters of outliers that significantly deviated from random expectations occurred on several chromosomes. Previously, by using zebrafish, Doitsidou et al. All SNP genotypes have been deposited at DRYAD (doi:10.5061/dryad.505dp), and locus‐specific SNP information is available at Genbank. The chemokine family plays important roles in cell migration and activation. Jaillon O, Aury JM, Brunet F, Petit JL, Stange-Thomann N, Mauceli E, Bouneau L, Fischer C, Ozouf-Costaz C, Bernot A, Nicaud S, Jaffe D, Fisher S, Lutfalla G, Dossat C, Segurens B, Dasilva C, Salanoubat M, Levy M, Boudet N, Castellano S, Anthouard V, Jubin C, Castelli V, Katinka M, Vacherie B, Biemont C, Skalli Z, Cattolico L, Poulain J, De Berardinis V, Cruaud C, Duprat S, Brottier P, Coutanceau JP, Gouzy J, Parra G, Lardier G, Chapple C, McKernan KJ, McEwan P, Bosak S, Kellis M, Volff JN, Guigo R, Zody MC, Mesirov J, Lindblad-Toh K, Birren B, Nusbaum C, Kahn D, Robinson-Rechavi M, Laudet V, Schachter V, Quetier F, Saurin W, Scarpelli C, Wincker P, Lander ES, Weissenbach J, Roest Crollius H: Genome duplication in the teleost fish Tetraodon nigroviridis reveals the early vertebrate protokaryotype. (2007) as the reverse primer. Additional file 3: . The genome size of Medaka is about 700 Mb, the size intermediate between those of zebrafish and pufferfish, and Medaka diverged from the pufferfish lineages about 98 Myr ago by the fossile data [10] or 191 Myr ago by the molecular data [11] after the split of zebrafish. After incubation at 25°C for 2 h, the filters were removed from the chambers, and the cells that migrated into the lower wells were counted with an improved Neubauer's counting plate (Hirschmann Laborgerate, Eberstadt, Germany). 4a). The significant cluster on chromosome 14 also contained a nonsynonymous divergent outlier (zgc:158426, putatively associated with signal transduction function) and therefore represents an example of both of these lines of evidence. Nature. With lab strains removed, overall FST was 0.170 (95% CI 0.105–0.254) and overall Dest was 0.085 (95% CI 0.084–0.086). Spatial and temporal expression of the zebrafish genome by large-scale in situ hybridization screening. The genome of the zebrafish — a key model organism for the study of development and human disease — has now been sequenced and published as a well-annotated reference genome. (2003) [34] and [20] also found that only CXCL12 and CXCL14 have unambiguous orthologues in fish. 2006, 88 (3): 381-385. Annotation. 2004; Lieschke & Currie 2007) or selenium exposure (Benner et al. Human CXCL12/zebrafish cxcl12a and cxcl12b genes and human CXCL14/zebrafish scyba genes are shown in red letters. 2003, 13 (3): 382-390. Another leading candidate gene for the influence of domestication was tpm3, although it was associated with a synonymous substitution. Development and Validation of an Open Access SNP Array for Nile Tilapia ( (Note that the XC subfamily lacks the first and third conserved cysteine resides.) In sharp contrast, pufferfish, a marine or brackish water fish, might have much less chemokine genes in part due to an alternative strategy for their survival and in part due to their dwelling environment. Genome research. Since the CX subfamily lacks one of the two N-terminus cysteine residues but retain the third and fourth cysteine residues together with three additional subfamily-specific cysteine residues, it is interesting to see how they are folded into a three-dimensional structure. Especially, CCL-chr25x has more than 100 possible O-glycosylation sites in the Cterminal region downstream from the fourth conserved cysteine residue. In the fish-specific groups of our tree, there are several subgroups containing only zebrafish or catfish chemokines. Five of these six loci were divergent outliers. GRCz11 shows a significant reduction in scaffold numbers and increase in scaffold N50 whilst the overall genome size was not affected. Hisayuki Nomiyama. Recombinant CXL-chr24a (A) and CCL-chr11a (B) were tested for dose-dependent chemotactic activity (microchamber assay) on carp leukocytes. 2001), levels of divergence were tentatively consistent with separation 2–3 million years ago. The combination of genomic data and ecological information from natural populations of organisms such Drosophila, the mouse or Arabidopsis has made it possible to address fundamental questions in ecology and evolution such as unravelling complex gene networks underlying adaptive evolution (Steiner et al. The amino acid residues at the splicing sites and the transmembrane regions are highlighted in grey and green, respectively. Another group of chemokines are located separately in unique chromosomal locations, singly or in mini-clusters. 2004, 269 (1): 123-136. The RCH sample belonged to the CHT phylogeographic group based on mtDNA (except for one putative migrant from the Ganges/Brahmaputra group) and the Ganges Brahmaputra group based on SNPs. However, there are some exceptions. Interestingly, the CCL-chr5b was expressed temporarily between 4 and 12 hpf albeit at low levels, and again in the adult stage at much higher levels. First, although the number of coding exons in the chemokine genes is generally three or four, the coding sequences of the CX and the five neighboring CC genes on chromosome 24 are split into five exons (Figure 4). Therefore, a considerable number of chemokine genes might have been lost in fish after the divergence of fish and the lineage leading to aves and mammals. The probability of observing two significant low outliers was 0.006. In addition to these orthologous genes, several gene groups that include human genes are observed in the trees (Figure 2). CAS  Genome-wide identification of novel long non-coding RNAs and their possible roles in hypoxic zebrafish brain Genomics. (PDF 497 KB). Channel catfish sequences: SCYA3, AF538720; SCYA101, DQ173276; SCYA102, DQ173277; SCYA103, DQ173278; SCYA104, DQ173279; SCYA104v2, AY555513; SCYA105, AY555502; SCYA106, DQ173280; SCYA107, DQ173281; SCYA108, DQ173282; SCYA109, DQ173283; SCYA110, DQ173284; SCYA111, DQ173285; SCYA112, DQ173286; SCYA113, DQ173287; SCYA114, DQ173288; SCYA114B, DQ182570; SCYA115, DQ173289; SCYA116, DQ173290; SCYA117, DQ173291; pSCYA118, DQ173292; SCYA119, DQ173293; SCYA120, DQ173294; SCYA120B, DQ182569; SCYA121, DQ173295; SCYA122, DQ173296; SCYA124, DQ173297; SCYA126, DQ173298; CCL-A, CB939345; CCL-B, CB940829; CCL-C, CB938694; CCL-D, CB938412; CCL-E, CB937843; CCL-F, CB936843; CCL-G, CB937370; CCL-H, CB938775; CCL-I, BM028237; CCL-J, CB937549; CCL-K, CB936954; CCL-L, CV992304; CCL-M, CV992304; IL8, AY145142; CXCL2-like, AY836754; CXCL10-1, AY335949; CXCL10-2, AY335950; CXCL12, AY836755; CXCL14, AY836756; CXCL-A, BE470298; CXCL-B, CK422021; CXCL-C, BE470282; CXCL-D, CF262322; CXCL-E, CV990129. 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