Genetic and archaeological findings hint that wildcats became house cats earlier—and in a different place—than previously thought
Genetic and archaeological findings hint that wildcats became house cats earlier--and in a different place--than previously thought
Genomic paw prints in the DNA of the world's wild cats have clarified the cat family tree and uncovered several remarkable migrations in their past
A genetic trait that protects against AIDS has now been uncovered, and others are emerging. The findings open entirely new avenuesfor developing preventives and therapies
Is the panda a bear? Is it a raccoon? Or does it actually belong in a family of its own? Molecular analysis provides new insights into this long-standing genealogical problem
The world's fastest land animal is in a race for continued survival. An ancient population bottleneck has resulted in genetic uniformity and has made the species extremely vulnerable to ecological change...