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The presence of a triple helical collagen tail in the C^Q molecule (16) (C^Q is a component of the complement system) suggests that the original function of the primordial collagen exon peptide may have been different. A short triple helical tail could have helped stablize the tertiary structure of a three-subunit protein. This same primordial exon may later have been utilized to construct the precursor of the collagen gene family. A number of questions still remain to be answered. Why, for instance, did the amplification process stop at a given stage?

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