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Stories by Jeremy Nathans

The Genes for Color Vision

Recently isolated, the genes encoding the color-detecting proteins of the human eye have yielded new clues about the evolution of normal color vision and the genetic bases of color blindness

February 1, 1989 — Jeremy Nathans

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