The Genes That We Lost During Our Evolution

In a world of genetics, sometimes, less is more.

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During the evolutionary time, our ancestors undoubtedly gained many genes when genome duplication occurred. The process enabled many organisms to become newer groups. However, have you ever wondered that they might have lost some bits and pieces of genes as well while in the process?

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