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The methyl-coenzyme M reductase (MCR) complex is a key enzyme in archaeal methane generation and has recently been proposed to also be involved in the oxidation of short-chain hydrocarbons including methane, butane and potentially propane. The number of archaeal clades encoding the MCR complex continues to grow, suggesting that this complex was inherited from an ancient ancestor, or has undergone extensive horizontal gene transfer. Expanding the representation of MCR-encoding lineages throughdoi:10.1101/390617 fatcat:j6unwpedcfgqhjcq42lmfvbyta