Data from: Retroposed elements and their flanking regions resolve the evolutionary history of xenarthran mammals (armadillos, anteaters, and sloths)

Möller-Krull M, Delsuc F, Churakov G, Marker C, Superina M, Brosius J, Douzery EJP, Schmitz J

Date Published: August 10, 2010

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1844

 

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Möller-Krull M, Delsuc F, Churakov G, Marker C, Superina M, Brosius J, Douzery EJP, Schmitz J (2007) Retroposed elements and their flanking regions resolve the evolutionary history of xenarthran mammals (armadillos, anteaters and sloths). Molecular Biology and Evolution 24(11): 2573-2582. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msm201

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