Evolution of interacting proteins in the mitochondrial electron transport system in a marine copepod.

@article{Willett2004EvolutionOI,
  title={Evolution of interacting proteins in the mitochondrial electron transport system in a marine copepod.},
  author={Christopher S Willett and Ronald S Burton},
  journal={Molecular biology and evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={443-53}
}
The extensive interaction between mitochondrial-encoded and nuclear-encoded subunits of electron transport system (ETS) enzymes in mitochondria is expected to lead to intergenomic coadaptation. Whether this coadaptation results from adaptation to the environment or from fixation of deleterious mtDNA mutations followed by compensatory nuclear gene evolution is unknown. The intertidal copepod Tigriopus californicus shows extreme divergence in mtDNA sequence and provides an excellent model system… CONTINUE READING

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