Third primate genome, the rhesus macaque, helps illuminate what makes us human
Researchers have sequenced the genome of the relatively ancient rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta), providing perspective into how humans are genetically different from our primate relatives.
A fly lamin gene is both like and unlike human genes
Lamins are intermediate filament proteins that make up a matrix underlying the nuclear membrane.
AR-News: Dog DNA reveals man's link with best friend
Rough draft of canine genetic structure completed