Inference for the initial stage of domain shuffling: tracing the evolutionary fate of the PIPSL retrogene in hominoids.


Domain shuffling has provided extraordinarily diverse functions to proteins. Nevertheless, how newly combined domains are coordinated to create novel functions remains a fundamental question of genetic and phenotypic evolution. Previously, we reported a unique mechanism of gene creation, whereby new combinations of functional domains are assembled from… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/molbev/msq138


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