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Distribution and Phylogeny of EFL and EF-1α in Euglenozoa Suggest Ancestral Co-Occurrence Followed by Differential Loss

By Gillian H. Gile, Drahomíra Faktorová, Christina A. Castlejohn, Gertraud Burger, B. Franz Lang, Mark A. Farmer, Julius Lukeš and Patrick J. Keeling
Topics: Research Article
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