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Subfunctionalization versus neofunctionalization after whole-genome duplication

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Fig. 1: Tissue expression divergence in real and simulated data.

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S.R.S. was supported by Norwegian Research Council projects 221734 and 244164.

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S.R.S. and T.R.H. conceived the study. T.R.H. analyzed the expression data, and R.V.R. performed the simulations. All authors interpreted the results and wrote and approved the manuscript for publication.

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Sandve, S.R., Rohlfs, R.V. & Hvidsten, T.R. Subfunctionalization versus neofunctionalization after whole-genome duplication. Nat Genet 50, 908–909 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41588-018-0162-4

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