Pumilio genes from the Platyhelminthes

@article{Koziol2007PumilioGF,
  title={Pumilio genes from the Platyhelminthes},
  author={Uriel Koziol and M{\'o}nica Mar{\'i}n and Estela Castillo},
  journal={Development Genes and Evolution},
  year={2007},
  volume={218},
  pages={47-53}
}
Pumilio proteins are proposed to have a conserved primordial function in the maintenance of proliferation in stem cells through post-transcriptional regulation. In this work, a search for pumilio homology domain (PUM-HD) sequences of pumilio genes from several Platyhelminthes species was performed, including representatives form Cestoda, Trematoda and Tricladida. Only one PUM-HD sequence was found in each triclad species; however, two PUM-HD homologues were found in all the parasitic species… CONTINUE READING

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