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Researchers Solve the Puzzle of Water-to-Land Transition of Vertebrates

  A research team led by Kunming Institute of Zoology of Chinese Academy of Sciences in collaboration with other domestic and overseas research institutes has unraveled the mystery of water-to-land transition of vertebrates by investigating the genomes of African lungfish, bichir, paddlefish, bowfin and alligator gar, said Prof.WANG Wen. These findings were online published in two research p... more
Brain 3D Genome Study Uncovers Human-specific Regulatory Changes During Development

  A collaborative research team led by Prof. SU Bing from Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Prof. LI Cheng from Peking University, and Prof. ZHANG Shihua from Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, for the first time, reported by far the highest resolution 3D genome of primate brain, and through cross-species multi-omics analyses and... more
Scientists Uncovers Genetic Architecture of Bipolar Disorder in Han Chinese Population

  A research team led by Prof. LI Ming from Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with Prof. FANG Yiru in Shanghai Mental Health Center and other researchers, performed an exploration of the genetic architecture of bipolar disorder in Han Chinese populations from Chinese mainland. An editorial comment highlighted the significant contribution of their stu... more
Study identifies monkey with naturally occurring Parkinson's disease

  BEIJING, Dec. 15 (Xinhua) -- Chinese researchers have identified naturally occurring Parkinson's disease (PD) in a monkey -- the first time the disease has been observed in an animal other than a human.
  Researchers from the Kunming Institute of Zoology under the Chinese Academy of Sciences initially screened over 2,500 monkeys at a primate research center. After a preliminary screening... more
Tracking Ancient History of the Himalaya From the Evolution of Hundreds of Frogs, Lizards and Snakes

  The Himalaya are among the youngest and highest mountains in the world, but the exact timing of their uplift and origins of their biodiversity are still in debate. Generally, there are two hypotheses about the uplift process of the Himalaya. A “Stepwise Hypothesis” was proposed recently, which suggested that the Himalaya rose slowly from 1,000–2,500 m during the period of 56–23 Ma (mil... more
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