Moonlighting Proteins

Moonlighting proteins are a form of special classes of multifunctional proteins and it occurs naturally. Protein has multiple domains each serving a different function. The moonlighting protein is a complex in nature in the evolutionary history and it is depending on the speculative occurrence of genetic changes such as gene duplication and point mutation and the effects of those changes on fitness. Gene duplication persisting the appearance in genome evolution and a major driving force in the gain of biological function.

  • Track 1-1 Evolution of Moonlighting Proteins
  • Track 2-2 Moonlighting and Gene Duplication
  • Track 3-3 Medical Relevance
  • Track 4-4 Moonlighting Proteins in Molecular Life Sciences
  • Track 5-5 MoonProt - A Database for Moonlighting Proteins

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