Team That Sequenced Proteins of T. rex Now Sequences Hadrosaur | GenomeWeb

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In a follow-up to a story that aimed to genetically link Tyrannosaurus rex to chickens, a team of researchers has uncovered and sequenced a set of proteins belonging to the 80-million-year-old remains of a duck-billed hadrosaur.

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