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Ascorbate peroxidase neofunctionalization at the origin of APx-R and APx-L: evidences from basal Archaeplastida
Ascorbate peroxidases (APx) are class I members of the non-animal peroxidases superfamily, a large group of evolutionarily related enzymes. Through mining in public databases, our group has previously identified two unusual subsets of APx homologs, disclosing the existence of two uncharacterized families of class I peroxidases, which were named ascorbate peroxidase-related (APx-R) and ascorbate peroxidase-like (APx-L). As APx, APx-R proteins possess all catalytic residues required fordoi:10.1101/2020.08.18.255851 fatcat:utv2gyjoqzgzbgpmiwv5abmh3i