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Table 1 Characteristics of used species and their nucleotide sequences

From: A comparative study on the regulatory region of the PERIOD1 gene among diurnal/nocturnal primates

Sequence ID Species Group Behavior Length1 (bp) Length2 (bp) GC (%)
Human Homo sapiens Haplorhini Diurnal 3307 58.5
Per1Ai Pan troglodytes Haplorhini Diurnal 3780 3308 58.6
Chimp Pan troglodytes Haplorhini Diurnal 3312 58.6
Gorilla Gorilla gorilla Haplorhini Diurnal 3202 58.1
Orangutan Pongo pygmaeus Haplorhini Diurnal 3311 58.9
Gibbon Nomascus leucogenys Haplorhini Diurnal 3310 58.8
Macaque Macaca mulatta Haplorhini Diurnal 3043 58.6
Per1Marmoset Callithrix jacchus Haplorhini Diurnal 3596 3126 57.3
Per1Owl Aotus trivirgatus Haplorhini Nocturnal 3642 3161 57.7
Tarsier Tarsius syrichta Haplorhini Nocturnal 3113 57.4
Per1RL Lemur catta Strepsirrhini Diurnal 3895 3282 58.8
Per1GG Otolemur crassicaudatus Strepsirrhini Nocturnal 4028a 3143 54.8
Bushbaby Otolemur garnettii Strepsirrhini Nocturnal 3149 54.9
Per1LG Galago senegalensis Strepsirrhini Nocturnal 3472 3154 55.5
Mouse Mus musculus   Nocturnal 3014 53.9
  1. Length1 means the length of nucleotide sequence determined by primer walking. Length2 is the length excluding the uncertain regions after a multiple alignment using MAFFT and TrimAl with a “gappyout” option
  2. aThe sequence that includes a gap of unknown length (see also DDBJ database: Accession number LC121029)