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How LINEs shaped human evolution

A new Cell paper by Jan Attig & Federico Agostini, from collaborative teams of Jernej Ule and Nick Luscombe, describes how repetitive genetic quirks in our DNA called LINEs have shaped our evolution.
20 Aug 2019
United Kingdom
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