Figure 2.

Phylogeny with sequences homologous to human chromosomes 19 noncoding element. Species name followed by a number indicates from which chromosome the sequence is derived or by a letter indicates that multiple copies homologous to the human chromosome 19 noncoding element were identified for that species. Sequences from lower primates and other mammalian species are more similar to higher primate sequences orthologous to human chromosome 1noncoding element (indicated in blue) than sequences orthologous to human chromosome 19 noncoding element (indicated in red). A duplication of chromosome 1 noncoding element to chromosome 19 likely occurred before the last common ancestor between apes and macaque.

Plunkett et al. BMC Medical Genomics 2010 3:62   doi:10.1186/1755-8794-3-62
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