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Genomic V-gene repertoire in reptiles

bioRxiv

Feb 12, 2014

David N OlivieriFrancisco Gambón-Deza

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Reptiles and mammals diverged over 300 million years ago, creating two parallel evolutionary lineages amongst terrestrial vertebrates. In reptiles, two main evolutionary lines emerged, one gave rise to Squamata, while the other gave rise to Testudines, Crocodylia and birds. In this stud...read more

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Vertebrates
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Family crocodylidae
Squamata
PSMB6 gene
Immunoglobulin Activity
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Genes
YY1 gene
Somatic Diversification of Immunoglobulins
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Genomic V-gene repertoire in reptiles

bioRxiv

Feb 12, 2014

David N OlivieriFrancisco Gambón-Deza

PMID: 990002618

DOI: 10.1101/002618

Abstract

Reptiles and mammals diverged over 300 million years ago, creating two parallel evolutionary lineages amongst terrestrial vertebrates. In reptiles, two main evolutionary lines emerged, one gave rise to Squamata, while the other gave rise to Testudines, Crocodylia and birds. In this stud...read more

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Vertebrates
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Family crocodylidae
Squamata
PSMB6 gene
Immunoglobulin Activity
Genome
Genes
YY1 gene
Somatic Diversification of Immunoglobulins
2
10
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