P53 p63 p73 family
It consists of:
They are sometimes considered part of a "p53 family".
P53, p63, and p73 have similar features in their gene structures and functions but have also diverged evolutionarily. The p53 family evolved from a p63/p73 ancestor gene in invertebrates. P53 diverged from p63/p73 with a gene duplication in the cartilaginous fish. P63 and p73 differentiated from each other in bony fish. These genes developed different functions and structures throughout their evolutionary divergence (TP73L, p73, p53)
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