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Further work is needed to establish at what stage in the chain of evolutionary events leading to mammals the microsomal GST gene appeared. It is not presently clear the extent to which the alpha, mu, and pi family classifications can be extended beyond mammals, but it does seem likely that multiple families of GSTs will be established in other animal groups and among plants as well. Whether GST gene superfamilies exist in prokaryotes is not at all clear, and it has yet to be demonstrated that cyanobacteria and purple photosynthetic bacteria even make GSTs.
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