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neofunctionalization

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  • Liberles 2005 Subfunctionalization of duplicated genes as a transition state to neofunctionalization.

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  • Zhang 2005 Rapid subfunctionalization accompanied by prolonged and substantial neofunctionalization in duplicate gene evolution.

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  • Because the high frequency of wild-type allele might drive the arising and accumulating of advantageous mutation, it is hypothesized that recombination might enlarge the probability of neofunctionalization (Pneo) of duplicate genes.

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  • Therefore, recombination might facilitate neofunctionalization via originalization.

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  • Of particular interest is the effect of the fish-specific whole genome duplication (FSGD) on the ligand-receptor system, as it has supplied this largest group of vertebrates with additional opportunities for sub - and/or neofunctionalization in this signaling system.

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  • The differential expression and latent neofunctionalization of vtg genes in acanthomorph teleosts is an adaptive feature associated with oocyte hydration and spawning in the marine environment.

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  • Though I'm still not sure how we're going to be able to differentiate between dead genes and ones that are doing completely new and awesome neofunctionalization stuff.

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  • It has been suggested that, after evaluation of MADS box genes 'phylogenetic and expression analysis, subfunctionalization and/or neofunctionalization play a role in the maintenance of most of the duplicated regulatory genes in Arabidopsis

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  • The maintenance REM family gene members may be a combination of the subfunctionalization and/or neofunctionalization as well as the genetic buffering processes.

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