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Phylotranscriptomics suggests the jawed vertebrate ancestor could generate diverse helper and regulatory T cell subsets

BMC Evolutionary Biology

Nov 18, 2018

Anthony K RedmondHelen Dooley

Abstract

The cartilaginous fishes diverged from other jawed vertebrates ~ 450 million years ago (mya). Despite this key evolutionary position, the only high-quality cartilaginous fish genome available is for the elephant shark (Callorhinchus milii), a chimaera whose ancestors split from the elas...read more

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Vertebrates
Interleukins
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Immune System
Positioning Attribute
Jaw
T-Lymphocyte
Lymphocyte Subset
Genome
Genes
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Phylotranscriptomics suggests the jawed vertebrate ancestor could generate diverse helper and regulatory T cell subsets

BMC Evolutionary Biology

Nov 18, 2018

Anthony K RedmondHelen Dooley

PMID: 30442091

DOI: 10.1186/s12862-018-1290-2

Abstract

The cartilaginous fishes diverged from other jawed vertebrates ~ 450 million years ago (mya). Despite this key evolutionary position, the only high-quality cartilaginous fish genome available is for the elephant shark (Callorhinchus milii), a chimaera whose ancestors split from the elas...read more

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Lymphocyte Subset
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