Phylogenomics of the oxidative phosphorylation in fungi reveals extensive gene duplication followed by functional divergence

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Abstract

Oxidative phosphorylation is central to the energy metabolism of the cell. Due to adaptation to different life-styles and environments, fungal species have shaped their respiratory pathways in the course of evolution. To identify the main mechanisms behind the evolution of respiratory pathways, we conducted a phylogenomics survey of oxidative phosphorylation components in the genomes of sixty fungal species.

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Marcet-Houben, M., Marceddu, G., & Gabaldán, T. (2009). Phylogenomics of the oxidative phosphorylation in fungi reveals extensive gene duplication followed by functional divergence. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2148-9-295

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