The Evolution of Human Cells in Terms of Protein Innovation

Abstract

Humans are composed of hundreds of cell types. As the genomic DNA of each somatic cell is identical, cell type is determined by what is expressed and when. Until recently, little has been reported about the determinants of human cell identity, particularly from the joint perspective of gene evolution and expression. Here, we chart the evolutionary past of… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/molbev/mst139

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@inproceedings{Sardar2014TheEO, title={The Evolution of Human Cells in Terms of Protein Innovation}, author={Adam J. Sardar and Matt E. Oates and Hai Fang and Alistair R R Forrest and Hideya Kawaji and Julian Gough and Owen J. L. Rackham}, booktitle={Molecular biology and evolution}, year={2014} }