Today’s recommended paper is:
Variation of BMP3 contributes to dog breed skull diversity
Jeffrey J. Schoenebeck et al. (2012)
PLOS Genetics 8 (8), e1002849
Submitted by Katherine Brown
” Elaine Ostrander discussed this approach to understanding phenotypic diversity at the SDB meeting earlier this year, and it’s an impressive example of how the power of genetics can be harnessed to gain insight into the molecular basis of a wide range of developmental and behavioural traits.”
From December 1 to 24 we are featuring Node readers’ favourite papers of the past year. Click the calendar in the side bar each day to see a new paper. To see all papers submitted so far, see the calendar archive.