Hemoglobin structure/function and globin-gene evolution in the Arctic fish Liparis tunicatus.

Abstract

The importance of the Arctic, in contributing to the knowledge of the overall ensemble of adaptive processes influencing the evolution of marine organisms, calls for investigations on molecular adaptations in Arctic fish. Unlike the vast majority of Antarctic Notothenioidei, several Arctic species display high hemoglobin multiplicity. The blood of four… (More)

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