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[Arthropod] Six ancient arthropod gene groupings: who would like to describe them?

Don Gilbert via arthropod%40net.bio.net (by gilbertd from bio.indiana.edu)
Mon May 31 17:38:16 EST 2010

I've located 6 sets of ancient conserved gene groupings, in
daphnia thru diptera.  Is there someone who would like to write
these into a paper, adding some biology?  

These are two or more genes that are next to each other in
Daphnia and 5 or 4 insects (aphid, pediculus, nasonia,
drosmel/drosmoj, anopheles). Some of these may have been found as
paired before, but I can't find reports for others.   Some are
duplicates, others appear to be 2 different genes, and one case
looks like 3 different genes.  One case may have conserved
non-coding expression between paired coding genes.  These are
drawn from data of http://arthropods.eugenes.org/

-- Don Gilbert

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