Cloning and mapping of platypus SOX2 and SOX14: Instights into SOX group B evolution
Group B SOX genes, the closest relatives to the sex-determining gene SRY, are thought to have evolved from a single ancestral SOX B by a series of duplications and translocations. The two SOX B genes SOX2 and SOX14 co-localize to chromosome 3q in humans.
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