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The taxonomic status of 'phylogroups' in the Parus teneriffae complex (Aves): comments on the paper by Kvist et al. (2005)



The taxonomic status of 'phylogroups' in the Parus teneriffae complex (Aves): comments on the paper by Kvist et al. (2005)



Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 38(1): 288-9; Author Reply 290



Telomeres constitute the nucleoprotein ends of eukaryotic chromosomes which are essential for their proper function. Telomere end binding protein (TEBP) from Oxytricha nova was among the first telomeric proteins, which were well characterized biologically. TEBP consists of two protein subunits (alpha, beta) and forms a ternary complex with single stranded telomeric DNA containing tandem repeats TTTTGGGG.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.ympev.2005.10.009



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