Paralogous genes often belong to the same species, but this is not necessary: for
example, the hemoglobin gene of humans and the myoglobin gene of ...
Jul 26, 2004 ... AKA: paralogous locus. Two genes or clusters of genes at different chromosomal
locations in the same organism that have structural similarities ...
Many people, even those working within the science community, have a difficult
time wrapping their heads around the difference between orthologous and ...
Methods Mol Biol. 2006;338:21-9. Identification and mapping of paralogous
genes on a known genomic DNA sequence. Bina M(1). Author information:
Paralogous genes. Paralogous genes (or paralogs) are genes that are
homologous (share a common ancestry) but were separated by a gene
Sep 27, 2008 ... Orthologuous means proteins that have the same function in different species
and that may or may not have arisen from a common ancestor.
Analysis of evolution of paralogous genes in a genome is central to our
understanding ... events responsible for these polymorphisms, in the paralogous
Homologous, Orthologous and Paralogous Genes. Wen‐Hsiung Li, University of
Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Published online: July 2006.
paralogous genes. Here we report a comprehensive microarray-based study of
the Drosophila testes tran- scriptome, focused on the analysis of the paralogous.