Multiple receptor-like kinase cDNAs from liverwort Marchantia polymorpha and two charophycean green algae, Closterium ehrenbergii and Nitella axillaris: Extensive gene duplications and gene shufflings in the early evolution of streptophytes.

@article{Sasaki2007MultipleRK,
  title={Multiple receptor-like kinase cDNAs from liverwort Marchantia polymorpha and two charophycean green algae, Closterium ehrenbergii and Nitella axillaris: Extensive gene duplications and gene shufflings in the early evolution of streptophytes.},
  author={Go Sasaki and Kazutaka Katoh and Nozomi Hirose and Hiroshi Suga and Kei-ichi Kuma and Takashi Miyata and Zhi-hui Su},
  journal={Gene},
  year={2007},
  volume={401 1-2},
  pages={
          135-44
        }
}
Plant receptor-like kinases (RLKs) comprise a large family with more than several hundred members in vascular plants. The RLK family is thought to have diverged specifically in the plant kingdom, and no family member has been identified in other lineages except for animals and Plasmodium, both of which have RLK related families of small size. To know the time of divergence of RLK family members by gene duplications and domain shufflings, comprehensive isolations of RLK cDNAs were performed from… CONTINUE READING

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