Segmentation in animals

  title={Segmentation in animals},
  author={Seth S Blair},
  journal={Current Biology},
Consequently, the mummy is now housed in a special museum in South Tyrol's capital Bolzano. Err, is there any genetic evidence to back this up? Well, you know that there is no such thing as Italian genes, don't you? Ötzi's complete mitochondrial genome, which is published in this issue of Current Biology, indicates that he belongs to the so-called haplogroup K that is common in Western Europe, in particular around the Alps. However, within this subtype, his mitochondrial genome contains two… CONTINUE READING
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