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Protein Folding and Function at Cold Temperature: Co-Evolution of the Chaperonin CCT and Tubulins from Antarctic Fishes
Entry ID: NSF-ANT06-35470

Abstract: Since the advent of Antarctic continental glaciation, the opening of the Drake Passage between South America and the Antarctic Peninsula, and the onset of cooling of the Southern Ocean ~38-25 million years ago, evolution of the Antarctic marine biota has been driven by the development of extreme cold temperatures. Because they live at very low and stable temperatures, Antarctic fishes of the ... View entire text
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Description: NSF Award Abstract #0635470
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  N: -61.2   S: -66.3   E: -56.02   W: -67.42

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Start Date: 2007-09-01
Stop Date: 2010-08-31
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DIF Creation Date: 2010-09-06
Last DIF Revision Date: 2018-11-12