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Ancient Horse DNA Shows Scythian Warriors Were Adept Domesticators

Modern genetic tools have provided new details of how domestication changes animals as they become entwined with humans.

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No Bones About It: Scientists Recover Ancient DNA From Cave Dirt

With a new technique, German researchers isolated Neanderthal and Denisovan DNA from sediment alone, opening new possibilities in archaeology.

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'Fossil' groundwater's modern secret

The deepest and oldest waters on Earth are not immune from contamination, warn scientists.

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Next Generation Systematics by P.Olson, J.Hughes, J.Cotton, from Cambridge Univ Press. (Apr 11).

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Apr 28 08:00Single-copy genes as molecular markers for phylogenomic studies in seed plants - Zhen Li et al. (GBE)
Apr 28 08:00Molecular and functional bases of selection against a mutation bias in an RNA virus - Ignacio de la Higuera et al. (GBE)
Apr 28 08:00Comparative genomics of host-symbiont and free-living Oceanobacillus species - Anupam Kumar Mondal et al. (GBE)
Apr 28 08:00Genome mutational and transcriptional hotspots are traps for duplicated genes and sources of adaptations - Mario A. Fares, Beatriz Sabater-Muñoz, Christina Toft (GBE)
Apr 28 08:00Differential retention of gene functions in a secondary metabolite cluster - Hannah Reynolds et al. (MBE)
Apr 28 08:00Insights into ciliary genes and evolution from multi-level phylogenetic profiling - Yannis Nevers et al. (MBE)
Apr 27 12:00A-to-I RNA editing in the earliest-diverging eumetazoan phyla - Hagit T. Porath et al. (MBE)
Apr 27 12:00Recent sex chromosome divergence despite ancient dioecy in the willow Salix viminalis - Pascal Pucholt et al. (MBE)
Apr 27 12:00A generative angular model of protein structure evolution - Michael Golden et al. (MBE)
Apr 27 08:00Mitochondrial genome evolution and a novel RNA editing system in deep-branching heteroloboseids - Jiwon Yang et al. (GBE)
Apr 27 08:00Inferring rates and length-distributions of indels using approximate Bayesian computation - Eli Levy Karin et al. (GBE)
Apr 27 08:00The effects of CpG densities around transcription start sites on sex-biased gene expression in Poecilia reticulata - Katsunori Tamagawa, Takashi Makino, Masakado kawata (GBE)
Apr 27 08:00Genomic evidence that methanotrophic endosymbionts likely provide deep-sea Bathymodiolus mussels with a sterol intermediate in cholesterol biosynthesis - Kiyotaka Takishita et al. (GBE)
Apr 27 08:00Bayesian Inference of Allele-Specific Gene Expression Indicates Abundant cis-regulatory Variation in Natural Flycatcher Populations - Mi Wang, Severin Uebbing, Hans Ellegren (GBE)

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