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Genomic Triangulation
The genomic triangulation method was applied to the human, chimpanzee and rhesus genomes in order to reconstuct ancestral genome structures.

The paper Human-Specific Changes of Genome Structure Detected by Genomic Triangulation summarizes the method and characterizes detected human-specific rearrangements.

Rhesus breakpoints are included in the paper Evolutionary and Biomedical Insights from the Rhesus Macaque Genome.
"Human-Specific Changes of Genome Structure Detected by Genomic Triangulation"
Supplemental Online Material (SOM) Tables
  Rhesus Breakpoints

Chimpanzee Breakpoints
Human Breakpoints



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