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|Title:||The human Y chromosome: an evolutionary marker comes of age.|
|Citation:||NAT REV GENET, 2003, 4 (8), pp. 598-612|
|Abstract:||Until recently, the Y chromosome seemed to fulfil the role of juvenile delinquent among human chromosomes--rich in junk, poor in useful attributes, reluctant to socialize with its neighbours and with an inescapable tendency to degenerate. The availability of the near-complete chromosome sequence, plus many new polymorphisms, a highly resolved phylogeny and insights into its mutation processes, now provide new avenues for investigating human evolution. Y-chromosome research is growing up.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Genetics|
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