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From: Genome-enabled insights into the biology of thrips as crop pests

Fig. 5

Unique and shared innate immunity-associated transcripts in three thrips vector species of orthotospoviruses. Whole-body, assembled transcriptomes obtained from published orthotospovirus-thrips RNA-seq studies [24,25,26] were mined for putative innate immune transcripts using an innate immune-associated protein database derived from ImmunoDb (http://cegg.unige.ch/Insecta/immunodb). a Venn diagram depicting overlap in orthologous clusters (bold) and transcripts (in parentheses) of innate immune-associated protein sequences in Frankliniella occidentalis (tomato spotted with virus), F. fusca (tomato spotted wilt virus), and Thrips palmi (capsicum chlorosis virus) using Orthovenn.v2. b Number of transcripts classified into innate immune categories (roles) and shared across all three vector species. Sequences may fall into more than one category. See Additional file 2: Table S17 and S18, respectively, for innate immune genes and transcript sets; Additional file 8 for Orthovenn outputs

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