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Pennisi E (2016). Chimps and bonobos had flings—and swapped genes—in the past. News. Science.
Hoelzel AR (2016). The road to speciation runs both ways. Perspective. Science, 354, 414-415.
Hawks, J (2016). Earlier mixture from modern humans into Neandertal populations. Weblog.
Gibbons A (2016). Modern human females and male Neandertals had trouble making babies. Here’s why. News. Science.
Gibbons A (2016). Humans mated with Neandertals much earlier and more frequently than thought. News. Science.
Callaway (2016). Evidence mounts for interbreeding bonanza in ancient human species. News. Nature.
Callaway A (2014). Ancient European genomes reveal jumbled ancestry. News. Nature.
Green RE and Shapiro B (2013). Human Evolution: Turning Back the Clock. Dispatch. Current Biology, 23, R286-R288.
Stillwell, RJ and Berry MJ (2005). Expanding the repertoire of the eukaryotic selenoproteome. Commentary. PNAS, 102, 16123-16124.
Schmutz J and Grimwood J (2004). Fowl sequence. News & Views. Nature, 432, 679-680.
Mulley J and Holland P (2004). Small genome, big insights. News & Views. Nature, 431, 916-917.
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