Duplication Shaped Primate Genomes, Study Finds | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A flurry of segmental duplication events — including those in the genome of the common ancestor to humans and great apes — may have created a combination of genomic instability and flexibility that contributed to primate evolution, according to a new study appearing online today in Nature.

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