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Metazoans evolved by taking domains from soluble proteins to expand intercellular communication network

Scientific Reports

Apr 30, 2015

Hyun-Jun NamSanguk Kim

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A central question in animal evolution is how multicellular animals evolved from unicellular ancestors. We hypothesize that membrane proteins must be key players in the development of multicellularity because they are well positioned to form the cell-cell contacts and to provide the int...read more

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Proton Pump Inhibitors
Unicellular Trichome Branch
Extracellular Space
Soluble
Intercellular Communication Process
Protein-Protein Interaction
Intercellular Transport
Non-Human Protein
Membrane Proteins
Cell-cell Adhesion
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Metazoans evolved by taking domains from soluble proteins to expand intercellular communication network

Scientific Reports

Apr 30, 2015

Hyun-Jun NamSanguk Kim

PMID: 25923201

DOI: 10.1038/srep09576

Abstract

A central question in animal evolution is how multicellular animals evolved from unicellular ancestors. We hypothesize that membrane proteins must be key players in the development of multicellularity because they are well positioned to form the cell-cell contacts and to provide the int...read more

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Proton Pump Inhibitors
Unicellular Trichome Branch
Extracellular Space
Soluble
Intercellular Communication Process
Protein-Protein Interaction
Intercellular Transport
Non-Human Protein
Membrane Proteins
Cell-cell Adhesion
4
40

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