A catalogue of Bilaterian-specific genes – their function and expression profiles in early development

@article{KraemerEis2016ACO,
  title={A catalogue of Bilaterian-specific genes – their function and expression profiles in early development},
  author={Andrea Kraemer-Eis and L. Ferretti and Philipp H. Schiffer and P. Heger and T. Wiehe},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2016}
}
  • Andrea Kraemer-Eis, L. Ferretti, +2 authors T. Wiehe
  • Published 2016
  • Biology
  • bioRxiv
  • Bilateria constitute a monophyletic group of organisms comprising about 99% of all living animals. Since their initial radiation about 540Mya they have evolved a plethora of traits and body forms allowing them to conquer almost any habitat on earth. There are only few truly uniting and shared morphological features retained across the phylum. Unsurprisingly, also the genetic toolkit of bilateria is highly diverged. In the light of this divergence we investigated if a set of bilaterian-specific… CONTINUE READING

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