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The evolutionary significance of copy number variation in the human genome.
Signatures of functional constraint at aye-aye opsin genes: the potential of adaptive color vision in a nocturnal primate.
Diet and the evolution of human amylase gene copy number variation.
ASPM and the evolution of cerebral cortical size in a community of New World monkeys.
A genome sequence resource for the aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis), a nocturnal lemur from Madagascar.
Comparative RNA sequencing reveals substantial genetic variation in endangered primates.
Molecular evolution of the primate developmental genes MSX1 and PAX9.
Hotspots for copy number variation in chimpanzees and humans.
Identification of the imprinted KLF14 transcription factor undergoing human-specific accelerated evolution.
Different selective pressures shape the molecular evolution of color vision in chimpanzee and human populations.
More reliable estimates of divergence times in Pan using complete mtDNA sequences and accounting for population structure.
The evolutionary history of human and chimpanzee Y-chromosome gene loss.
Aye-aye population genomic analyses highlight an important center of endemism in northern Madagascar.
Elephantid Genomes Reveal the Molecular Bases of Woolly Mammoth Adaptations to the Arctic.
Euarchontan Opsin Variation Brings New Focus to Primate Origins.
Transposable elements are the primary source of novelty in primate gene regulation.
How human behavior can impact the evolution of genetically-mediated behavior in wild non-human species.
Evolutionary and phylogenetic insights from a nuclear genome sequence of the extinct, giant, "subfossil" koala lemur Megaladapis edwardsi.
The genomics of ecological flexibility, large brains, and long lives in capuchin monkeys revealed with fecalFACS.
Scanning the human genome for "signatures" of positive selection: Transformative opportunities and ethical obligations.