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Genomic Diversity and Evolution of the Head Crest in the Rock Pigeon

Genomic Diversity and Evolution of the Head Crest in the Rock Pigeon

Shapiro MD et al

Science DOI: 10.1126/science.1230422


Or, les lois de la physique contiennent la notion de champ d’orientation, qui une fois comprise implique un sens de déformation des animaux gravé dans les tissus. [Vincent Fleury, Source]

Gravé dans les tissus peut-être, mais par l’expression génique 😉

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A Human Homeotic Transformation Resulting from Mutations in PLCB4 and GNAI3 Causes Auriculocondylar Syndrome

A Human Homeotic Transformation Resulting from Mutations in PLCB4 and GNAI3 Causes Auriculocondylar Syndrome

Mark J. Rieder, Glenn E. Green, Sarah S. Park, Brendan D. Stamper, Christopher T. Gordon, Jason M. Johnson, Christopher M. Cunniff, Joshua D. Smith, Sarah B. Emery, Stanislas Lyonnet, Jeanne Amiel, Muriel Holder, Andrew A. Heggie, Michael J. Bamshad, Deborah A. Nickerson, Timothy C. Cox, Anne V. Hing, Jeremy A. Horst, Michael L. Cunningham

The American Journal of Human Genetics – 4 May 2012 (Vol. 90, Issue 5, pp. 907-914)

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Oxytocin receptor gene (OXTR) is related to psychological resources

Oxytocin receptor gene (OXTR) is related to psychological resources

Shimon Saphire-Bernstein, Baldwin M. Way, Heejung S. Kim, David K. Sherman, and Shelley E. Taylor

PNAS September 13, 2011 vol. 108 no. 37 15118-15122 doi: 10.1073/pnas.1113137108

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Transcriptome transfer provides a model for understanding the phenotype of cardiomyocytes

Transcriptome transfer provides a model for understanding the phenotype of cardiomyocytes

Tae Kyung Kim, Jai-Yoon Sul, Nataliya B. Peternko, Jae Hee Lee, Miler Lee, Vickas V. Patel, Junhyong Kim, and James H. Eberwine

PNAS July 5, 2011 Published online before print doi: 10.1073/pnas.1101223108

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Les tests génétiques prédisent-ils notre avenir ?

Science publique, par Michel Alberganti, le 06.05.2011 à 14:00

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Catecholamine receptor polymorphisms affect decision-making in C. elegans

Catecholamine receptor polymorphisms affect decision-making in C. elegans

Andres Bendesky, Makoto Tsunozaki, Matthew V. Rockman, Leonid Kruglyak & Cornelia I. Bargmann

Nature (2011) doi:10.1038/nature09821

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