Social insect genomes exhibit dramatic evolution in gene composition and regulation while preserving regulatory features linked to sociality

Daniel F. Simola, Lothar Wissler, Greg Donahue, Robert M. Waterhouse, Martin Helmkampf, Julien Roux, Sanne Nygaard, Karl M. Glastad, Darren E. Hagen, Lumi Viljakainen, Justin T. Reese, Brendan G. Hunt, Dan Graur, Eran Elhaik, Evgenia V. Kriventseva, Jiayu Wen, Brian J. Parker, Elizabeth Cash, Eyal Privman, Christopher P. ChildersMonica C. Munoz-Torres, Jacobus J. Boomsma, Erich Bornberg-Bauer, Cameron R. Currie, Christine G. Elsik, Garret Suen, Michael A.D. Goodisman, Laurent Keller, Jürgen Liebig, Alan Rawls, Danny Reinberg, Chris D. Smith, Chris R. Smith, Neil Tsutsui, Yannick Wurm, Evgeny M. Zdobnov, Shelley L. Berger, Jürgen Gadau

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