The laccase multi-gene family in Coprinopsis cinerea has seventeen different members that divide into two distinct subfamilies

@article{Kilaru2006TheLM,
  title={The laccase multi-gene family in Coprinopsis cinerea has seventeen different members that divide into two distinct subfamilies},
  author={Sreedhar Kilaru and Patrik J. Hoegger and Ursula K{\"u}es},
  journal={Current Genetics},
  year={2006},
  volume={50},
  pages={45-60}
}
Seventeen non-allelic laccase genes and one gene footprint are present in the genome of Coprinopsis cinerea. Two gene subfamilies were defined by intron positions and similarity of deduced gene products, one with 15 members (lcc1–lcc15) and one with 2 members (lcc16, lcc17). The first subfamily divides in the phylogenetic tree of deduced proteins into smaller clusters that probably reflect recent gene duplication events. Different laccase genes diverged from each other both by frequent… CONTINUE READING
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