Predicting homo pigmentation phenotype through genomic data: From neanderthal to James Watson

@article{Cerqueira2012PredictingHP,
  title={Predicting homo pigmentation phenotype through genomic data: From neanderthal to James Watson},
  author={C. C. Cerqueira and V. R. Paix{\~a}o-C{\^o}rtes and F. M. B. Zambra and F. Salzano and T. H{\"u}nemeier and M. Bortolini},
  journal={American Journal of Human Biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={24}
}
Human pigmentation is regulated by several genes acting at different stages of melanin formation. Functional and association studies have elucidated the role of several of these genes in pigmentation phenotypes. Forensic and evolutionary studies can benefit from this knowledge. 
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