1986. Other inducible forms metabolize lipophilic xenobiotics into water-soluble compounds

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Figure 2-3

Phylogenetic Analysis of CYP1 Genes using Maximum Parsimony

Tree constructed using maximum parsimony with bootstrapping. Most bony fish CYP1A genes are clustered together, as are the bird and mammal CYP1As. The skate CYP1A fragment is most closely associated with the bird and mammal clade.


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