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Tracing the origins of centrioles, cilia, and flagella

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Phylogenetic profile of CBB/axoneme structure and components. Simplified taxonomic tree representing major eukaryotic groups in different colors using the same color code as in Fig. 2 (adapted from Hedges (2002) and Baldauf (2003)). Phylogenetic profile of proteins involved in CBB and cilia/flagella assembly and function. Data adapted from Jékely and Arendt (2006), Wickstead and Gull (2007), Carvalho-Santos et al. (2010), Hodges et al. (2010), Wickstead et al. (2010) and our unpublished data.
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fig1: Phylogenetic profile of CBB/axoneme structure and components. Simplified taxonomic tree representing major eukaryotic groups in different colors using the same color code as in Fig. 2 (adapted from Hedges (2002) and Baldauf (2003)). Phylogenetic profile of proteins involved in CBB and cilia/flagella assembly and function. Data adapted from Jékely and Arendt (2006), Wickstead and Gull (2007), Carvalho-Santos et al. (2010), Hodges et al. (2010), Wickstead et al. (2010) and our unpublished data.

Mentions: The authors have noted that the assignment of some of the orthologues of CBB and cilia/flagella assembly proteins in Figure 3 was incorrect. The correct version of the figure is shown below.


Tracing the origins of centrioles, cilia, and flagella
Phylogenetic profile of CBB/axoneme structure and components. Simplified taxonomic tree representing major eukaryotic groups in different colors using the same color code as in Fig. 2 (adapted from Hedges (2002) and Baldauf (2003)). Phylogenetic profile of proteins involved in CBB and cilia/flagella assembly and function. Data adapted from Jékely and Arendt (2006), Wickstead and Gull (2007), Carvalho-Santos et al. (2010), Hodges et al. (2010), Wickstead et al. (2010) and our unpublished data.
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fig1: Phylogenetic profile of CBB/axoneme structure and components. Simplified taxonomic tree representing major eukaryotic groups in different colors using the same color code as in Fig. 2 (adapted from Hedges (2002) and Baldauf (2003)). Phylogenetic profile of proteins involved in CBB and cilia/flagella assembly and function. Data adapted from Jékely and Arendt (2006), Wickstead and Gull (2007), Carvalho-Santos et al. (2010), Hodges et al. (2010), Wickstead et al. (2010) and our unpublished data.
Mentions: The authors have noted that the assignment of some of the orthologues of CBB and cilia/flagella assembly proteins in Figure 3 was incorrect. The correct version of the figure is shown below.

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