Table 2Distance Matrix of Candida, Arabidopsis, and Giardia CAK Orthologs vs. Yeast CDKs

 Cdc28 Pho85 Kin28Srb10Ctk1Sgv1Cak1Csk1
CaCAK12.172.102.16 2.25 2.162.12 1.77 1.73
Cak1At1.231.39 1.15 1.401.421.41 2.39 2.18
T10F200.901.08 0.80 1.94 2.03
F25P220.881.05 0.83 1.85 2.02
AC0525711.751.75 1.37 1.771.731.58 2.40 2.41

The scores represent the number of amino acid substitutions per site. Lower scores indicate taxa that are more similar, while higher scores indicate taxa that are more dissimilar. The scores of budding yeast taxa that are most similar to C. albicans CaCAK1, A. thaliana Cak1At, T10F20, and F25P22, and G. lamblia AC052571 are bold and italicized; those most dissimilar are bold and underlined. A column comparing fission yeast Csk1 is also given, but scores are not highlighted. The scores are JTT distance scores that were created with the protml program of the MOLPHY version 2.3.64

From: The Evolution of CDK-Activating Kinases

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