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The Evolution of the class A Scavenger Receptors. Whelan FJ, Meehan CJ, Golding GB, McConkey BJ, & Bowdish DME (2012) BMC Evolutionary Biology. The class A scavenger receptors are a subclass of a diverse family of proteins defined based on their ability to bind modified lipoproteins. The 5 members of this family are strikingly variable in their protein structure and function, which begged the question as to their evolutionary relationships.

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