Mammaliam molecular phylogenetics

Laurent Duret duret at evoserv.univ-lyon1.fr
Wed Aug 24 10:24:10 EST 1994


In article 2764 at inet.d48.lilly.com, rx17182 at inet.d48.lilly.com writes:
> I'm a protein chemist interested in insulin, and its structural variations
> among species.  Could some kind person suggest a reference or two for me on the
> topic of mammalian phyolgeny?  (A recent review article would be better than a
> weighty tome for my immediate purposes.)  I am particularly curious about
> living examples of eutherians (if any) that diverged early on from the 
> mainstream of existing eutherians.


See: Novacek M.J. (1992) Mammalian phylogeny: shaking the tree. Nature 356:121-125

and: Graur D. (1993) Towards a molecular resolution of the ordinal phylogeny of the
     eutherian mammals. FEBS Letter 325:152-159

Amicalement,

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