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Gos Micklem and colleagues scan animal and human genomes to identify horizontal gene transfer

last modified Apr 20, 2015 04:52 PM

>> Read the [free-access] paper here

The article has received worldwide media coverage : for example see this article in the Economist

Image above: Phylogenetic tree for the human gene HAS1.  The human gene under analysis is shown in orange, proteins from chordates are in red, other metazoa in black, fungi in pink, plants in green, protists in grey, archaea in light blue and bacteria in dark blue.

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