Data for constructing insect genome content matrices for phylogenetic analysis and functional annotation

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Twenty one fully sequenced and well annotated insect genomes were used to construct genome content matrices for phylogenetic analysis and functional annotation of insect genomes. To examine the role of e-value cutoff in ortholog determination we used scaled e-value cutoffs and a single linkage clustering approach.. The present communication includes (1) a list of the genomes used to construct the genome content phylogenetic matrices, (2) a nexus file with the data matrices used in phylogenetic analysis, (3) a nexus file with the Newick trees generated by phylogenetic analysis, (4) an excel file listing the Core (CORE) genes and Unique (UNI) genes found in five insect groups, and (5) a figure showing a plot of consistency index (CI) versus percent of unannotated genes that are apomorphies in the data set for gene losses and gains and bar plots of gains and losses for four consistency index (CI) cutoffs.

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Rosenfeld, J., Foox, J., & DeSalle, R. (2016). Data for constructing insect genome content matrices for phylogenetic analysis and functional annotation. Data in Brief, 6, 279–281. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2015.12.015

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