PMID: 131200Mar 29, 1976

Possible evolutionary relationships of the nitrogenase proteins

Journal of Molecular Evolution
D KleinerK Wallenfels


Comparisons of the amino acid compositions of the nitrogenase proteins from different organisms and their correlation with cross-reactivities and taxonomical data suggest an evolution within bacterial genomes rather than within plasmids. Comparisons of the amino acid compositions of nitrogenases and other ATP-ases show similarities which might be due to the evolution of these ATP-ases from a common ancestral protein.


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