The Origins of Novel Protein Interactions during Animal Opsin Evolution

@article{Plachetzki2007TheOO,
  title={The Origins of Novel Protein Interactions during Animal Opsin Evolution},
  author={David C. Plachetzki and Bernard M. Degnan and Todd H. Oakley},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2007},
  volume={2},
  pages={385 - 419}
}
BACKGROUND Biologists are gaining an increased understanding of the genetic bases of phenotypic change during evolution. Nevertheless, the origins of phenotypes mediated by novel protein-protein interactions remain largely undocumented. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPLE FINDINGS Here we analyze the evolution of opsin visual pigment proteins from the genomes of early branching animals, including a new class of opsins from Cnidaria. We combine these data with existing knowledge of the molecular basis of… CONTINUE READING

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