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Distinct evolution of toll-like receptor signaling pathway genes in cetaceans.

著者 Tian R , Seim I , Zhang Z , Yang Y , Ren W , Xu S , Yang G
Genes Genomics.2019 Sep 18 ; ():.
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The relatively rapid spread and diversity of marine pathogens posed an initial and ongoing challenge for cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises), descendants of terrestrial mammals that transitioned from land to sea approximately 56 million years ago. Toll-like receptors (TLRs) play important roles in regulating immunity against pathogen infections by detecting specific molecular patterns and activating a wide range of downstream signaling pathways. The ever-increasing catalogue of mammalian genomes offers unprecedented opportunities to reveal genetic changes associated with evolutionary and ecological processes.
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