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Molecular Evolution at Subzero Temperatures: Mitochondrial and Nuclear Phylogenies of Fishes from Antarctica (Suborder Notothenioidei), and the Evolution of Antifreeze Glycopeptides

Molecular Evolution at Subzero Temperatures: Mitochondrial and Nuclear Phylogenies of Fishes from Antarctica (Suborder Notothenioidei), and the Evolution of Antifreeze Glycopeptides

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BARGELLONI, Luca, Peter A. RITCHIE, Tomaso PATARNELLO, Bruno BATTAGLIA, David M. LAMBERT, Axel MEYER, 1994. Molecular Evolution at Subzero Temperatures: Mitochondrial and Nuclear Phylogenies of Fishes from Antarctica (Suborder Notothenioidei), and the Evolution of Antifreeze Glycopeptides. In: Molecular Biology and Evolution. 11(6), pp. 854-863. ISSN 0737-4038. eISSN 1537-1719

@article{Bargelloni1994Molec-7970, title={Molecular Evolution at Subzero Temperatures: Mitochondrial and Nuclear Phylogenies of Fishes from Antarctica (Suborder Notothenioidei), and the Evolution of Antifreeze Glycopeptides}, year={1994}, number={6}, volume={11}, issn={0737-4038}, journal={Molecular Biology and Evolution}, pages={854--863}, author={Bargelloni, Luca and Ritchie, Peter A. and Patarnello, Tomaso and Battaglia, Bruno and Lambert, David M. and Meyer, Axel} }

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