Chimpanzee microRNA and human miR-941

Chimpanzee microRNA and human miR-941

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Credit: Carol & Mike Werner/Visuals Unlimited, Inc. /SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Illustration comparing Chimpanzee microRNA (upper left) and human miR-941 (lower right), a gene that appears unique to humans and may have played a crucial role in brain development. It appears to have emerged between six and one million years ago. Yellow=guanine, blue=adenine, cyan=cytosine, red=thymine

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Keywords: artwork, atom, biology, chemistry, chimp, chimpanzee, comparison, copy space, gene, genetics, human biology, illustration, microrna, mir-941, mirna, model, molecular, molecule, no-one, nobody, primate, stem loop, two objects, white background

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