which had one interesting citation:
Although the abstract doesn't say much, there are 5 related citations and 14 Cited by's.
Cross references: Globin Heme MyoglobinSearching Google for "myoglobin evolution" yielded 257,000 claimed hits.
Red Nucleus Red Nucleus Evolution
Extrapyramidal System Fast vs. Slow Twitch Muscles
Evolution of myoglobin (Goog) - 1998
"The distribution, physiological function, amino acid sequence and gene structure of myoglobin and myoglobin-like proteins from various taxa are summarized, and their evolution is discussed. Although it has long been thought that all haemoglobins and myoglobins have evolved from a common ancestral gene, the knowledge presently accumulated about the structures of these proteins suggests that there may be three distinct origins: a 'universal globin', a 'compact globin' and an 'IDO-like globin'."
5. Structure-function relationships in unusual nonverterbrate globulins
A phylogenomic profile of globins