REGULATORY EVOLUTION

Functional divergence among hominins

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Inferred gene expression differences between modern humans and our extinct archaic relatives suggest potential mechanistic bases for the evolution of hominin phenotypes.

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Fig. 1: Inferring archaic gene expression from genomic data.

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