Pseudogene Likely Regained Function in Human-Great Ape Lineage

HHMI and University of Washington researcher Evan Eichler led a team of researchers who found evidence suggesting a gene called IRGM became a pseudogene in the ancestor of monkeys and apes before being resurrected in the human-great ape lineage.

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