Globin gene structure in a reptile supports the transpositional model for amniote α- and β-globin gene evolution
The haemoglobin protein, required for oxygen transportation in the body, is encoded by α- and β-globin genes that are arranged in clusters. The transpositional model for the evolution of distinct α-globin and β-globin clusters in amniotes is much simp
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