A Newly Classified Vertebrate Calpain Protease, Directly Ancestral to CAPN1 and 2, Episodically Evolved a Restricted Physiological Function in Placental Mammals
The most studied members of the calpain protease superfamily are CAPN1 and 2, which are conserved across vertebrates. Another similar family member called μ/m-CAPN has been identified in birds alone. Here, we establish that μ/m-CAPN shares one-to-one or
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