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Investigators in the US, Switzerland, and Spain share findings from an analysis of gene expression and DNA methylation in several tissue types from humans, chimpanzees, and rhesus macaques. After sequencing RNA and DNA isolated from heart, liver, kidney, and lung samples for four representatives from each species, the team compared gene expression, methylation, and related gene regulation features within and between species and tissue types.

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