Bilaterian Phylogeny Based on Analyses of a Region of the Sodium–Potassium ATPase β-Subunit Gene

@article{Anderson2003BilaterianPB,
  title={Bilaterian Phylogeny Based on Analyses of a Region of the Sodium–Potassium ATPase β-Subunit Gene},
  author={Frank E Anderson and Alonso J. C{\'o}rdoba and Mikael Thollesson},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Evolution},
  year={2003},
  volume={58},
  pages={252-268}
}
Molecular investigations of deep-level relationships within and among the animal phyla have been hampered by a lack of slowly evolving genes that are amenable to study by molecular systematists. To provide new data for use in deep-level metazoan phylogenetic studies, primers were developed to amplify a 1.3-kb region of the α subunit of the nuclear-encoded sodium–potassium ATPase gene from 31 bilaterians representing several phyla. Maximum parsimony, maximum likelihood, and Bayesian analyses of… CONTINUE READING
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