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Fig. 3 | Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases

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From: Deep sequencing analysis of toad Rhinella schneideri skin glands and partial biochemical characterization of its cutaneous secretion

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Sequence alignment of serine protease discovered in this transcriptome (RsSP) and those from different snake venoms (SVSP) available in datadases. a Alignment of protein codified by contigs TRINITY_DN87578_c1_g1_i3, TRINITY_DN87578_c1_g1_i4 and TRINITY_DN87578_c1_g1_i8, named RsSP1 and gyroxin serine proteases from snake venoms (SVSPs) from Crotalus durissus terrificus (CdtSVSP3, VSP13_CRODU), CdtSVSP 2 (VSP21_CRODU) CdtSVSP4 (VSP14_CRODU). b Alignment of serine protease codified by contigs TRINITY_DN87578_c1_g1_i2, TRINITY_DN87578_c1_g1_i5 and TRINITY_DN87578_c1_g1_i6, named RsSP2 and gyroxin SVSP from Crotalus adamanteus 1, CaSVSP1 (VSP1_CROAD), CaSVSP2 (VSP2_CROAD), CaSVSP5 (VSPE_CROAD) and CaSVSP6 (A0A1W7RB84_CROAD). Signal peptide is indicated above the sequences and the arrows beside the alignment indicates the amino acids that are important to the catalytic activity. Alignment was generated with the aid of Multalin and formatted using Espript 3.0

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