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Humans And Chimps Differ At Level Of Gene Splicing


Science & Tech  (tags: humans, chimps, gene, alternative splicing, gene expression, science )

Eduardo
- 3010 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Researchers are closer to understanding why humans differ so greatly from chimpanzees in the way they look, behave, think, and fight off disease, despite having genes that are nearly 99% identical. 6% to 8% of alternative splicing events were different.



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