Monophyly of Lampreys and Hagfishes Supported by Nuclear DNA–Coded Genes

@article{Kuraku1999MonophylyOL,
  title={Monophyly of Lampreys and Hagfishes Supported by Nuclear DNA–Coded Genes},
  author={S. Kuraku and D. Hoshiyama and K. Katoh and H. Suga and T. Miyata},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Evolution},
  year={1999},
  volume={49},
  pages={729-735}
}
Abstract. The phylogenetic position of hagfishes in vertebrate evolution is currently controversial. The 18S and 28S rRNA trees support the monophyly of hagfishes and lampreys. In contrast, the mitochondrial DNAs suggest the close association of lampreys and gnathostomes. To clarify this controversial issue, we have conducted cloning and sequencing of the four nuclear DNA–coded single-copy genes encoding the triose phosphate isomerase, calreticulin, and the largest subunit of RNA polymerase II… Expand
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