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We have identified a novel regulatory erythroid kinase (REDK) that is homologous to a family of dual-specificity kinases. The yeast homolog of REDK negatively regulates cell division, suggesting a similar function for REDK, which is primarily localized in the nucleus. REDK is present in hematopoietic tissues, such as bone marrow and fetal liver, but the RNA(More)
Several authors have argued recently that domestication has led to a special sensitivity to human social cues in domestic dogs, Canis familiaris. This sensitivity is not present in dogs' closest wild relatives and progenitors, wolves, Canis lupus (Hare et al. 2002; Kubinyi et al. 2007). Furthermore , even puppies too young to have had extensive exposure to(More)
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