Heterogeneous Tempo and Mode of Conserved Noncoding Sequence Evolution among Four Mammalian Orders

@inproceedings{Babarinde2013HeterogeneousTA,
  title={Heterogeneous Tempo and Mode of Conserved Noncoding Sequence Evolution among Four Mammalian Orders},
  author={Isaac Adeyemi Babarinde and Naruya Saitou},
  booktitle={Genome biology and evolution},
  year={2013}
}
Conserved noncoding sequences (CNSs) of vertebrates are considered to be closely linked with protein-coding gene regulatory functions. We examined the abundance and genomic distribution of CNSs in four mammalian orders: primates, rodents, carnivores, and cetartiodactyls. We defined the two thresholds for CNS using conservation level of coding genes; using all the three coding positions and using only first and second codon positions. The abundance of CNSs varied among lineages, with primates… CONTINUE READING
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