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Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. August 28, 2012; 109 (35): 14081-6.

Single mutation to a sex pheromone receptor provides adaptive specificity between closely related moth species.

Leary GP , Allen JE , Bunger PL , Luginbill JB , Linn CE , Macallister IE , Kavanaugh MP , Wanner KW .


PubMed ID: 22891317
PMC ID: PMC3435168
Article link: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.
Grant support: R01 NS33270 NINDS NIH HHS , R01 NS033270 NINDS NIH HHS

Genes referenced: tcf3

External Resources:

Allen, 2011, Pubmed[+]

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