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Gene Duplication and Nucleotide Substitution in Evolution

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There may be a great deal of gene duplication and also nonsense DNA in today's vertebrates.

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NEI, M. Gene Duplication and Nucleotide Substitution in Evolution. Nature 221, 40–42 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1038/221040a0

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