Open Access
Volume 31, 2024
Article Number 32
Number of page(s) 15
Published online 21 June 2024

Supplementary materials

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Prediction of basic physical and chemical properties of SmANX 18. (a) hydrophobicity prediction; (b) transmembrane prediction; (c) functional domain prediction; (d) signal peptide prediction; (e) subcellular localization prediction; (f) secondary structure prediction; (g) 3D structure prediction.

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Conserved ANX sequence motifs in medically relevant Platyhelminthes.

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Phylogenetic trees showing the evolutionary relationship of annexin proteins from trematodes of medical interest by the maximum likelihood method. The annexin sequences from S. mansoni are indicated by arrows.

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Phylogenetic relationships of the annexin protein family among medically relevant helminths (cestodes + trematodes). The phylogenetic tree was generated with the maximum likelihood method. The numbers on the branches represent bootstrap values, and only values with bootstrap values >60 are displayed.

Table S1: Primers used in qRT‒PCR analysis.

Table S2: Summary of ANXs in other helminths.

Table S3: Putative motifs of SmANXs.

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