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DID Neanderthals and Denisovans have our de novo genes?

bioRxiv

Feb 25, 2014

John S Taylor

Abstract

Gene duplication provides a profusion of raw material for evolutionary innovation ([Lynch and Conery, 2000][1]). While most duplicates rapidly become unrecognizable some, e.g., those that are immediately useful or those that after a period of relaxed selection gain unique roles, are ret...read more

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Staphylococcal Protein A
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Macaca mulatta
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Gene Duplication
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DID Neanderthals and Denisovans have our de novo genes?

bioRxiv

Feb 25, 2014

John S Taylor

PMID: 990003004

DOI: 10.1101/003004

Abstract

Gene duplication provides a profusion of raw material for evolutionary innovation ([Lynch and Conery, 2000][1]). While most duplicates rapidly become unrecognizable some, e.g., those that are immediately useful or those that after a period of relaxed selection gain unique roles, are ret...read more

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Pan troglodytes
Staphylococcal Protein A
Open Reading Frames
Neanderthals
Macaca mulatta
DNAH10OS gene
Macaca
Gene Duplication
5
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