Data from: Comparative proteomics of stenotopic caddisfly Crunoecia irrorata identifies acclimation strategies to warming

Ebner JN, Ritz D, von Fumetti S, Ebner J

Date Published: September 13, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r3t28r6

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Title Protein sequences of translated gene-prediction sequences of five Trichoptera species
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Description This protein sequence file (FASTA format) contains in-silico translated gene prediction sequences of the following four Trichoptera species (DOIs leading to the original publication in which these data were generated are given in parentheses after the species name): Stenopsyche tienmushanensis (10.1093/gigascience/giy143), Glossosoma conformis (10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.03.109), Sericostoma personatum (10.1111/mec.14292) and Limnephilus lunatus (10.1093/nar/gku983). Additionally the FASTA file contains in-silico predicted protein sequences of the transcriptome of Micropterna lateralis (10.1080/01650424.2016.1200727). For the bioinformatics pipeline on how these protein sequences were generated from the original data see Material & Methods in our publication. Additionally, the FASTA files contains heat shock protein sequences downloaded from NCBI (taxonomic scope Insecta, see publication). This file was used as a homology in-silico digested search space in MaxQuant to identify proteins in samples of Crunoecia irrorata reared at three different temperatures via LC-MS/MS.
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Title Bioinformatic commands used to construct the protein database
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Description This file specifies the commands and parameters (utilizing e.g. TransDecoder, QIIME, blast, Unix commands) used to construct the amino-acid database used in MaxQuant as in-silico digested homology search space for protein identification and can be applied to the self-generated or publicly available genome and transcriptome sequences.
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Ebner JN, Ritz D, von Fumetti S, Ebner J (2019) Comparative proteomics of stenotopic caddisfly Crunoecia irrorata identifies acclimation strategies to warming. Molecular Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.15225

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Ebner JN, Ritz D, von Fumetti S, Ebner J (2019) Data from: Comparative proteomics of stenotopic caddisfly Crunoecia irrorata identifies acclimation strategies to warming. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r3t28r6
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