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In silico approach to evaluate evolutionary relatedness of significant Lung cancer proteins
Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science
Lung cancer is feared to be deadly and is caused due to the involvement of a cascade of proteins significant among which are EPAS1, Thrombomodulin, Metallothionein and Matrix Metallo Proteinase. The evolutionary aspects of these proteins are important to study the extent of conservation and mutation across different generations in diverse species. The rooted and unrooted tree would depict the relatedness among organisms and the ancestor of the organisms involved in the study. The evolutionarydoi:10.7324/japs.2012.21115 fatcat:sg42gt2fdzhnbbha4wcty45nvi