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C2H2 zinc finger genes of the Gli, Zic, KLF, SP, Wilms' tumour, Huckebein, Snail, Ovo, Spalt, Odd, Blimp-1, Fez and related gene families from Branchiostoma floridae.

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The C2H2 zinc finger is one of the most common domains encoded by animal genomes and has been implicated in DNA binding as well as protein-protein interactions and RNA binding. Genes encoding C2H2 zinc finger domains include not only well-studied conserved transcription factors such as Gli and Snail but also include a large diversity of more rapidly evolving genes. Here, I focus on the description of amphioxus members of families and super-families of C2H2 zinc finger genes that have been the...

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10.1007/s00427-008-0248-6

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Zoology
Journal:
Development genes and evolution
Volume:
218
Issue:
11-12
Pages:
639-649
Publication date:
2008-12-05
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EISSN:
1432-041X
ISSN:
0949-944X
URN:
uuid:eef2f184-bfe7-4fcf-9787-bde84861c1c9
Source identifiers:
209350
Local pid:
pubs:209350

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