Molecular phylogeny based on the kappa-casein and cytochrome b sequences in the mammalian suborder Ruminantia.

Abstract:

:Nucleotide sequences for the kappa-casein precursor proteins have been determined from the genomic DNAs or hair roots of the Ruminantia. The coding regions, exons 2, 3, and 4, were amplified separately via the three kinds of PCRs and then directly sequenced. The primers were designed from the sequence of bovine kappa-casein gene; they were applicable for the amplification of the kappa-casein genes from the 13 species in the Ruminantia except exon 2 of the lesser mouse deer. These results permitted an easy phylogenetic analysis based on the sequences of an autosomal gene. A phylogenetic tree was constructed from the mature kappa-casein sequences and compared with the tree of the cytochrome b genes which were sequenced from the same individuals. The Cervidae (sika deer, Cervus nippon) were separated from the branch of the Bovidae on the tree of kappa-casein genes with a relatively high confidence level of the bootstrap analysis, but included in the branch of the Bovidae on the tree of cytochrome b genes. The kappa-casein tree indicated a monophyly of the subfamily Caprinae, although the internal branches were uncertain in the Caprinae. The tree based on the nucleotide sequences of cytochrome b genes clearly showed the relationships of the closely related species in the genus Capricornis consisting of serow (C. smatorensis), Japanese serow (C. crispus), and Formosan serow (C. swinhoei). These results would be explained by the difference of resolving power between the kappa-casein and the cytochrome b sequences.

journal_name

J Mol Evol

authors

Chikuni K,Mori Y,Tabata T,Saito M,Monma M,Kosugiyama M

doi

10.1007/BF00173165

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1995-12-01 00:00:00

pages

859-66

issue

6

eissn

0022-2844

issn

1432-1432

journal_volume

41

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