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Therefore, during the evolution of the carbonic anhydrases, there appear to have been selective constraints for the maintenance of a more constant specific activity for CA II than for CA I. Rates of Evolution The complete amino acid sequences are now known for the two human red-cell carbonic anhydrase isozymes 2 •46 •55 • 79 •80 and for the redcell CA II of sheep 128 and ox. 116 In addition, partial and inferred sequences have been reported for the isozymes of five other primate species-chimpanzee CA I, orangutan CA I, rhesus macaque CA I and II, cynomologous macaque CA I and II, vervet CA I and CA II, and Kenya baboon CA l-as well as rabbit CA I and CA 11.
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Advances in Human Genetics by Richard E. Tashian, Nicholas D. Carter (auth.), Harry Harris, Kurt Hirschhorn (eds.)