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TSR-1: "TGF^ superfamily receptor", type 1 (human)^^^'^^^ * 6. ALK-3: "Activin receptor-like kinase", type 3 (human)^^^ * 7. ALK-4: "Activin receptor-like kinase", type 4 (human)^^*^ * 8. ALK-5: "Activin receptor-like kinase", type 5 (human)^^^ * 9. ALK-6: "Activin receptor-like kinase", type 4 (mouse)^^^ * 10. C14: Putative receptor kinase expressed in gonads (rat)^^^ Drosophila melanogaster: * 1. DmAtr-II: Activin receptor homologue^^^ * 2. DmSax: Product of saxophone gene^^"^ Caenorhabditis elegans: 1.
Pstkl: Distant relative of Mos (Lohia and Samuelson, unpublished; GenBank L05668) Phylum Angiospermophyta (Kingdom Plantae): *T 1. GmPK6: Protein kinase homologue (soybean)^*^ * 2. Tsl: Product of Tousled gene required for normal leaf and flower development [Arabidopsis]^^"* Yersinia pseudotuberculosis (Phylum Omnibacteria, Kingdom Prokaryotae): *T 1. YpkA: Enterobacterial protein kinase essential for virulence^*^ In order to accommodate the large numbers of sequences, it was necessary to construct five separate trees.
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