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The unique pentraxin-carbonic anhydrase protein regulates the ability of fish to swim

(University of Tampere) A study carried out at the University of Tampere has shown that carbonic anhydrase VI (CA VI) is present in some species as a combination of two proteins.
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A study carried out at the University of Tampere has shown that carbonic anhydrase VI (CA VI) is present in some species as a combination of two proteins. According to current data, this "fusion protein," called pentraxin-carbonic a...

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