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Drivers of evolution hidden in plain sight

(European Molecular Biology Laboratory - European Bioinformatics Institute) A study published in Science reconstructs the evolutionary history of thousands of protein modifications in 18 related species.Findings highlight a previously unknown strategy for generating the diversity needed for natural selection.
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