FGLamide Allatostatin genes in Arthropoda: introns early or late?

@article{MartnezPrez2009FGLamideAG,
  title={FGLamide Allatostatin genes in Arthropoda: introns early or late?},
  author={Francisco Mart{\'i}nez-P{\'e}rez and William G Bendena and Belinda S W Chang and Stephen S. Tobe},
  journal={Peptides},
  year={2009},
  volume={30 7},
  pages={1241-8}
}
FGLamide allatostatins are invertebrate neuropeptides which inhibit juvenile hormone biosynthesis in Dictyoptera and related orders and also show myomodulatory activity. The FGLamide allatostatin (AST) gene structure in Dictyoptera is intronless within the ORF, whereas in 9 species of Diptera, the FGLamide AST ORF has one intron. To investigate the evolutionary history of AST intron structure, (intron early versus intron late hypothesis), all available Arthropoda FGLamide AST gene sequences… CONTINUE READING

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