Latest Choanoflagellate Papers
- Comparative genomic and phylogenetic analyses of the intelectin gene family: Implications for their origin and evolution.
- A duplex PCR-based assay for measuring the amount of bacterial contamination in a nucleic acid extract from a culture of free-living protists.
- Origin of chordate peptides by horizontal protozoan gene transfer in early metazoans and protists: Evolution of the teneurin C-terminal associated peptides (TCAP).
- Premetazoan genome evolution and the regulation of cell differentiation in the choanoflagellate Salpingoeca rosetta.
- Citric acid cycle and the origin of MARS.
- A family of diatom-like silicon transporters in the siliceous loricate choanoflagellates.
- Metazoan-like signaling in a unicellular receptor tyrosine kinase.
- Development of ichthyosporeans sheds light on the origin of metazoan multicellularity.
- Environmental Survey Meta-analysis Reveals Hidden Diversity among Unicellular Opisthokonts.
- Neuroglobins, pivotal proteins associated with emerging neural systems and precursors of metazoan globin diversity.
- Ecologically relevant choanoflagellates collected from hypoxic water masses of the Baltic Sea have untypical mitochondrial cristae.
- Molecular phylogeny of unikonts: new insights into the position of apusomonads and ancyromonads and the internal relationships of opisthokonts.
- A bacterial sulfonolipid triggers multicellular development in the closest living relatives of animals.
- [Nature of cancer explored from the perspective of the functional evolution of proto-oncogenes].
- How was the notochord born?
- Lack of Csk-mediated negative regulation in a unicellular SRC kinase.
- Horizontal gene transfer in choanoflagellates.
- Evolutionary conservation of the ribosomal biogenesis factor Rbm19/Mrd1: implications for function.
- Unveiling trophic functions of uncultured protist taxa by incubation experiments in the brackish Baltic Sea.
- Developmental biology. Multicellularity driven by bacteria.
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