Models for gene duplication when dosage balance works as a transition state to subsequent neo-or sub-functionalization

© 2016 Teufel et al. Background: Dosage balance has been described as an important process for the retention of duplicate genes after whole genome duplication events. However, dosage balance is only a temporary mechanism for duplicate gene retention, as it ceases to function following the stochastic loss of interacting partners, as dosage balance itself is lost with this event. With the prolonged period of retention, on the other hand, there is the potential for the...
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