Turning points in the evolution of peroxidase–catalase superfamily: molecular phylogeny of hybrid heme peroxidases

@inproceedings{Zmock2014TurningPI,
  title={Turning points in the evolution of peroxidase–catalase superfamily: molecular phylogeny of hybrid heme peroxidases},
  author={Marcel Z{\'a}mock{\'y} and Bernhard Gasselhuber and Paul G Furtm{\"u}ller and Christian Obinger},
  booktitle={Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences},
  year={2014}
}
Heme peroxidases and catalases are key enzymes of hydrogen peroxide metabolism and signaling. Here, the reconstruction of the molecular evolution of the peroxidase–catalase superfamily (annotated in pfam as PF00141) based on experimentally verified as well as numerous newly available genomic sequences is presented. The robust phylogenetic tree of this large enzyme superfamily was obtained from 490 full-length protein sequences. Besides already well-known families of heme b peroxidases arranged… CONTINUE READING

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