What evidence is there that genes whose products
function together, and are unrelated in sequence, are co-localized in the
genome -- a la operonic genes in prok's?
Clearly, there are many examples of proteins that are known to be
components of the same metabolic pathway, but whose genes are no where
near each other. However, I wonder if there may be certain exceptions to
Can someone shed light on this subject for me? I would appreciate any
thoughts you might have on this.
Christopher G. Winter