Sequences of the primate epsilon-globin gene: implications for systematics of the marmosets and other New World primates.

@article{Porter1997SequencesOT,
  title={Sequences of the primate epsilon-globin gene: implications for systematics of the marmosets and other New World primates.},
  author={Calvin Anthon Porter and John Czelusniak and Hor{\'a}cio Schneider and Maria P. C. Schneider and Iracilda Sampaio and Morris Goodman},
  journal={Gene},
  year={1997},
  volume={205 1-2},
  pages={59-71}
}
Sequences of the epsilon-globin gene were determined for five species of marmosets, along with approximately 2 kb of 5' flanking sequence. An analysis of these data, compared with those of other primates strongly supports the classification of Callithrix jacchus and C. geoffroyi into the jacchus group, and C. argentata and C. mauesi into the argentata group. The pygmy marmoset, formerly identified as Cebuella pygmaea joined strongly to the argentata group, indicating that without the pygmy… CONTINUE READING

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