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The ancestral animal genetic toolkit revealed by diverse choanoflagellate transcriptomes

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Dec 10, 2017

Daniel RichterNicole King

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The changes in gene content that preceded the origin of animals can be reconstructed by comparison with their sister group, the choanoflagellates. However, only two choanoflagellate genomes are currently available, providing poor coverage of their diversity. We sequenced transcriptomes ...read more

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The ancestral animal genetic toolkit revealed by diverse choanoflagellate transcriptomes

bioRxiv

Dec 10, 2017

Daniel RichterNicole King

PMID: 990211789

DOI: 10.1101/211789

Abstract

The changes in gene content that preceded the origin of animals can be reconstructed by comparison with their sister group, the choanoflagellates. However, only two choanoflagellate genomes are currently available, providing poor coverage of their diversity. We sequenced transcriptomes ...read more

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Size
Genome
Notch
Glycosaminoglycans
Genes
Extracellular Matrix Constituent Secretion
Regulation of Biological Process
Reconstructive Surgical Procedures
Extracellular Matrix
Receptor Down-Regulation
173
31

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