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Gene family phylogenetics: tracing protein evolution on trees

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Apr 2, 2002

J W Thornton

PMID: 11924497

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How have proteins taken on the remarkable diversity of biochemical and physiological functions necessary to create and maintain complex organisms? The majority of proteins are organized hierarchically into families and superfamilies, reflecting an ancient and continuing process of gene ...read more

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Genes, Reiterated
Protein Function
Phylogeny
Genomics
Molecular Biology
Gene Duplication Abnormality
Gene Family
Homologous Gene
Evolution, Molecular
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Gene family phylogenetics: tracing protein evolution on trees

EXS

Apr 2, 2002

J W Thornton

PMID: 11924497

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Abstract

How have proteins taken on the remarkable diversity of biochemical and physiological functions necessary to create and maintain complex organisms? The majority of proteins are organized hierarchically into families and superfamilies, reflecting an ancient and continuing process of gene ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Exons
Genes, Reiterated
Protein Function
Phylogeny
Genomics
Molecular Biology
Gene Duplication Abnormality
Gene Family
Homologous Gene
Evolution, Molecular

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