Author Archives: Andra-Octavia Roman

The parallel evolution in amniotes seen through the eye of functional nodal mutations

Introduction In this article the authors describe an evolutionary convergence in mammals, birds, and reptiles, based on genomic data from NCBI. The evolution of different species and lineages is due to mutations that can appear and accumulate in organisms over … Continue reading

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A journey through the The Simons Genome Diversity Project: more genomes sequenced, more diverse populations

Introduction Since the first genome of Bacteriophage MS21 was completely sequenced, in 1976, until 2001 when the first draft of human genome2 was released, a lot of work was done to improve and to make accessible different methods to get … Continue reading

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