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Three rounds (1R/2R/3R) of genome duplications and the evolution of the glycolytic pathway in vertebrates

Three rounds (1R/2R/3R) of genome duplications and the evolution of the glycolytic pathway in vertebrates

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STEINKE, Dirk, Simone HOEGG, Henner BRINKMANN, Axel MEYER, 2006. Three rounds (1R/2R/3R) of genome duplications and the evolution of the glycolytic pathway in vertebrates. In: BMC Biology. 4(16), pp. 16. ISSN 1741-7007. eISSN 1741-7007. Available under: doi: 10.1186/1741-7007-4-16

@article{Steinke2006Three-7988, title={Three rounds (1R/2R/3R) of genome duplications and the evolution of the glycolytic pathway in vertebrates}, year={2006}, doi={10.1186/1741-7007-4-16}, number={16}, volume={4}, issn={1741-7007}, journal={BMC Biology}, author={Steinke, Dirk and Hoegg, Simone and Brinkmann, Henner and Meyer, Axel} }

Hoegg, Simone deposit-license Steinke, Dirk Three rounds (1R/2R/3R) of genome duplications and the evolution of the glycolytic pathway in vertebrates 2011-03-24T17:39:05Z Meyer, Axel 2006 First publ. in: BMC Biology (2006), 4:16 Meyer, Axel eng Brinkmann, Henner Background: Evolution of the deuterostome lineage was accompanied by an increase in systematic complexity especially with regard to highly specialized tissues and organs. Based on the observation of an increased number of paralogous genes in vertebrates compared with invertebrates, two entire genome duplications (2R) were proposed during the early evolution of vertebrates. Most glycolytic enzymes occur as several copies in vertebrate genomes, which are specifically expressed in certain tissues. Therefore, the glycolytic pathway is particularly suitable for testing theories of the involvement of gene/genome duplications in enzyme evolution.<br /><br />Results: We assembled datasets from genomic databases of at least nine vertebrate species and at least three outgroups (one deuterostome and two protostomes), and used maximum likelihood and Bayesian methods to construct phylogenies of the 10 enzymes of the glycolytic pathway. Through this approach, we intended to gain insights into the vertebrate specific evolution of enzymes of the glycolytic pathway. Many of the obtained gene trees generally reflect the history of two rounds of duplication during vertebrate evolution, and were in agreement with the hypothesis of an additional duplication event within the lineage of teleost fish. The retention of paralogs differed greatly between genes, and no direct link to the multimeric structure of the active enzyme was found.<br /><br />Conclusion: The glycolytic pathway has subsequently evolved by gene duplication and divergence of each constituent enzyme with taxon-specific individual gene losses or lineage-specific duplications. The tissue-specific expression might have led to an increased retention for some genes since paralogs can subdivide the ancestral expression domain or find new functions, which are not necessarily related to the original function. Steinke, Dirk Hoegg, Simone application/pdf Brinkmann, Henner 2011-03-24T17:39:05Z

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