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Table 1 Betaretroviral elements in mega- and microbat transcriptomes

From: Identification of diverse full-length endogenous betaretroviruses in megabats and microbats

    P. alecto R. megaphyllus R. ferrumequinum
    Lowest a # Hits b Lowest # Hits Lowest # Hits
    e-value   e-value   e-value  
Betaretroviruses JSRV Gag 1.65×10-121 150 3.86×10-28 9 ND 0
  Pol <1×10-250 246 7.80×10-36 16 1.0×10-58 1
  Env 1.29×10-51 48 4.00×10-15 3 ND 0
SMR Gag 1.75×10-59 185 1.31×10-15 3 ND 0
  Pol <1×10-250 241 2.13×10-40 5 7.0×10-56 1
  Env 2.58×10-31 137 2.65×10-31 2 1.0×10-87 1
MPMV Gag 2.16×10-104 190 1.49×10-20 5 ND 0
  Pol <1×10-250 287 7.71×10-34 21 1.0×10-58 1
  Env 1.83×10-33 140 1.48×10-31 6 2.0×10-98 1
MMTV Gag 6.85×10-53 90 4.82×10-13 2 ND 0
  Pol <1×10-250 269 1.36×10-31 15 2.0×10-45 1
  Env 8.39×10-54 19 ND 0 ND 0
SRV Gag 1.70×10-108 185 2.96×10-20 5 ND 0
  Pol <1×10-250 290 9.34×10-39 21 9.0×10-62 1
   Env 1.31×10-35 136 2.75×10-26 2 1.0×10-109 1
  1. aGag, Pol, and Env proteins were translated from the genomes of extant betaretroviruses and used as search queries in a tBLASTn analysis of the Illumina sequenced transcriptome of P. alecto, and the 454 sequenced transcriptomes of R. megaphyllus, and R. ferrumequinum. The e-value of the transcriptome hit with the greatest sequence similarity (lowest e-value) to each query sequence is displayed.
  2. bThe number of transcripts identified in the transcriptomes with an e-value < 1 × 10-10. ND: No data.