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Neanderthals had our de novo genes.

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Feb 25, 2014

J Christopher Taylor

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In 2009 Knowles and McLysaght reported the discovery of three human genes derived from non-coding DNA. They provided evidence that these genes, CLUU1, C22orf45, and DNAH10OS, were transcribed and translated, they identified orthologous non-coding DNA in chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) and ...read more

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Gene Duplication
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    bioRxiv

    Feb 25, 2014

    J Christopher Taylor

    PMID: 990003004

    DOI: 10.1101/003004

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    In 2009 Knowles and McLysaght reported the discovery of three human genes derived from non-coding DNA. They provided evidence that these genes, CLUU1, C22orf45, and DNAH10OS, were transcribed and translated, they identified orthologous non-coding DNA in chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) and ...read more

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    DNAH10OS gene
    Macaca
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    Pan troglodytes
    Genome
    5
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