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Figure 1. Phylogenetic tree showing the main animal models commonly used in biomedical research and their evolutionary relationship. The divergence times in millions of years ago (Mya) are shown based on multigene and multiprotein studies (Hedges and Kumar,2002; Hedges,2002; Ureta-Vidal et al.,2003). Branch lengths are not proportional to time.Download figure to PowerPoint

Image published in: Wheeler GN and Brändli AW (2009)

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