A cDNA array-based comparative genomic hybridization study out of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and Stanford found that, among 10 primate species that spanned a 60-million-year period of evolutionary time, almost one-third of all human genes showed a predicted change in copy number in one or more of these species.

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