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Single-Letter Change in DNA Unlocks Insights Into Spine’s Evolution

News   Jul 21, 2020 | Original story from Duke University

 
Single-Letter Change in DNA Unlocks Insights Into Spine’s Evolution

A single-letter DNA change in a gene that lays down the pattern for a developing spine in zebrafish caused mutant fish to develop backbones that resemble ancestral fish (bottom image). Credit: Michel Bagnat Lab, Duke University

 
 
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