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Table 1 Putative channel genes exhibiting diel expression patterns

From: Hydra vulgaris exhibits day-night variation in behavior and gene expression levels

Gene ID Homologue identified by BLAST2GO Peak
Sc4wPfr_875.1.g17134.t1 Potassium voltage-gated channel subfamily G member 2 (R. norvegicus) ZT1
Sc4wPfr_698.2.g23056.t1 Endosomal lysosomal potassium channel TMEM175 (D. rerio) ZT1
Sc4wPfr_875.1.g17150.t1 Calcium-gated potassium channel (T. volcanium) ZT1
Sc4wPfr_1100.g15608.t1 Potassium voltage-gated channel subfamily A member (O. mykiss) ZT5
Sc4wPfr_1120.g5076.t1 Voltage-dependent calcium channel subunit alpha-2 delta-3 (H. sapiens) ZT1
Sc4wPfr_615.1.g17637.t2 Transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily A member 1 homologue (C. elegans) ZT1
Sc4wPfr_824.g11302.t1 Acid-sensing ion channel 1 (R. norvegicus) ZT5
Sc4wPfr_2074.g13182.t1 Acid-sensing ion channel 3 (H. sapiens) ZT5
  1. The Gene IDs and the homologues represent the gene numbers and annotations, respectively, registered in [65]. The peak indicates the phase of maximal expression among six time points (ZT1, ZT5, ZT9, ZT13, ZT17 and ZT21)