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Evolution of candidate transcriptional regulatory motifs since the human-chimpanzee divergence

Genome Biology

Jan 1, 2006

Ian John Donaldson, Berthold D Gottgens

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Despite the recent completion of the chimpanzee genome project, few functionally significant sequence differences between humans and chimpanzees have thus far been identified. Alteration in transcriptional regulatory mechanisms represents an important platform for evolutionary change, s...read more

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  • Evolution of candidate transcriptional regulatory motifs since the human-chimpanzee divergence

    Genome Biology

    Jan 1, 2006

    Ian John Donaldson, Berthold D Gottgens

    PMID: 16808854

    DOI: 10.1186/gb-2006-7-6-r52

    Abstract

    Despite the recent completion of the chimpanzee genome project, few functionally significant sequence differences between humans and chimpanzees have thus far been identified. Alteration in transcriptional regulatory mechanisms represents an important platform for evolutionary change, s...read more

    Mentioned in this Paper

    Gene Expression
    Human Development
    Puma concolor
    Sensory Perception of Chemical Stimulus
    Transcriptional Regulation
    22
    Paper Details
    References
    • References34
    • Citations10
    • References34
    • Citations10
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