Data from: Origins and functional diversification of salinity-responsive Na+, K+ ATPase α1 paralogs in salmonids

Anne C. Dalziel, Jesse Bittman, Milica Mandic, Michelle Ou & Patricia M. Schulte
The Salmoniform whole-genome duplication is hypothesized to have facilitated the evolution of anadromy, but little is known about the contribution of paralogs from this event to the physiological performance traits required for anadromy, such as salinity tolerance. Here, we determined when two candidate salinity-responsive paralogs of the Na+, K+ ATPase α subunit (α1a and α1b) evolved and studied their evolutionary trajectories and tissue-specific expression patterns. We found that these paralogs arose during a small scale...
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