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

Genome Biology

Jul 1, 2006

Ian J Donaldson, Berthold Göttgens

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

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Biochemical Pathway
Conserved Sequence
Transcriptional Regulation
Cellular Process
Sensory Perception of Chemical Stimulus
Exons
Genome
Regulation of Cellular Process
Gpcr Signaling Pathway
Regulation of Biological Process
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Evolution of candidate transcriptional regulatory motifs since the human-chimpanzee divergence

Genome Biology

Jul 1, 2006

Ian J Donaldson, Berthold Göttgens

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

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