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frans janssens frans at ATESS.BEL.ALCATEL.BE
Mon Jan 4 13:29:42 CST 1999

Greetings and best wishes,

I forward this question to the list hoping that someone
can give Marc some useful references.

Sincerely, Frans Janssens

frans.janssens at
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Do you know of any articles showing how
the molecular sequences in protein, genes, DNA or RNA are very
similar for insects and vertebrates. It really was a broad shot as since
insects are animals and insects and animals share the same common
ancestor, many molecular sequences are sometimes even identical. I
have a number of different articles on their similarities but and
trying to locate more.

Thanks for getting back to me and Happy New Year.



Marc Washington
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Budapest 1015

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