Ribonucleases with angiogenic and bactericidal activities from the Atlantic salmon.

@article{Pizzo2008RibonucleasesWA,
  title={Ribonucleases with angiogenic and bactericidal activities from the Atlantic salmon.},
  author={Elio Pizzo and Mario Varcamonti and Antimo Di Maro and Anna Zanfardino and Concetta Giancola and G D'alessio},
  journal={The FEBS journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={275 6},
  pages={
          1283-95
        }
}
The importance of fish in vertebrate evolution has been better recognized in recent years after the intense work carried out on fish genomics. The recent discovery that fish genomes comprise homologs of ribonucleases, studied before only in tetrapods, and the isolation of ribonucleases from zebrafish have suggested an experimental model for studying fish and vertebrate evolution. Thus, the cDNAs encoding the RNases from the Atlantic salmon were expressed, and the recombinant RNases (Ss-RNase-1… CONTINUE READING

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