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Mechanochemical evolution of the giant muscle protein titin as inferred from resurrected proteins

19:18 EDT 3 Jul 2017 | Nature Publishing

Single-molecule spectroscopy analyses of titin fragments from modern animals and reconstructed from the last common ancestors to mammals, sauropsids and tetrapods shed light on the evolution of the mechanical properties of muscle titin from the Paleozoic to our days.

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