The resurrection of ribonucleases from mammals: from ecology to medicine
Ribonucleases, well-known digestive enzymes that supported the development of much of protein science, emerged through an evolutionary history having a rich history of functional recruitment. This chapter reviews paleogenetic studies that explored changing function in this family. Similar approaches promise to be powerful tools to advance medicine in a post-genomic world.
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