Supplementary material for the paper:

Gene function in early mouse embryonic stem cell differentiation

Kagnew Hailesellasse Sene, Christopher J. Porter, Gareth Palidwor, Carolina Perez-Iratxeta, Enrique M. Muro, Pearl A. Campbell, Michael A. Rudnicki, Miguel A. Andrade-Navarro, 2007, BMC Genomics, in press.

Supplementary material

  • Time Series Raw Data
  • 11-point time course studies of differentiating embryoid bodies from murine J1, R1 and V6.5 embryonic stem cells

  • Time Series Early Points [Supplementary Table S1 of Hailesellasse et al. 2007]
  • Gene expression values for each cell line at points 0h, 6h and 12h. Only probes mapped to genes that were present in at least one of the three points in all three time series are included in this table (16,752 probes).

  • Sequence similarity analysis of the 36 protein products [Supplementary Table S2 of Hailesellasse et al. 2007]
  • Table columns are: Protein name; gi identifier of the protein in Genbank; length of the protein. Then, for each of a series of organisms or taxonomic divisions (Homo sapiens, Rattus norvegicus, Xenopus laevis, Danio rerio, Drosophila melanogaster, Caenorhabditis elegans, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Bacteria, Archaea) the following information of a match of sequence similarity: subject_id, the Genbank identifier of the match; length of the match; e_val, the E-value of the match; alignment, for numbers with the start and end amino acid positions of the alignment between query and subject, respectively. Cell background colour codes the match type with orange for full length high sequence similarity (E-value <=1e-6; less than 30 amino acids left out of the alignment and the N- and C-termini of subject and query), yellow for high sequence similarity (E-value <=1e-6), or white for low or no sequence similarity (E-value > 1e-6). Updated on March 27, 2007