Genome evolution: A primate example of positive selection

Abstract Segmental duplications are a common feature of the human genome and they can be very difficult to sequence. But they should not be ignored. Through careful analysis of one set of segmental duplications, Matthew Johnson and colleagues have discovered a new human gene family. Furthermore, this gene family seems to have been… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/35098544


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@article{Patterson2001GenomeEA, title={Genome evolution: A primate example of positive selection}, author={Mark. A. Patterson}, journal={Nature Reviews Genetics}, year={2001}, volume={2}, pages={828-828} }