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By UNH News Service: New genomic work by University of New Hampshire researchers sheds light on the evolutionary connection between a jawless, fish like parasite with a tooth lined suction cup for a mouth and humans. UNH professor of biochemistry Stacia Sower and colleagues in the Center for Molecular and Comparative Endocrinology she directs contributed to the sequencing of the sea lamprey genome. This major breakthrough in vertebrate evolution is reported in the recent issue of the journal Nature Genetics. "Humans and lampreys both have evolved from some common ancestor," says Sower, a professor in the department of molecular, cellular and biomedical sciences. "This work helps us understand the evolution of vertebrates." "Now we can see that the lamprey has much the same genomic content as we do. UNH research scientist Jeff Hall also contributed to the paper. Lampreys, along with the similarly uncharismatic hagfish, are the world's oldest living vertebrates; their lineage diverged from humans' more than 500 million years ago. Considered distinct from true fish and eels, which they resemble, lampreys have a skeleton of cartilage, one nostril, and can grow up to a yard long. Sea lampreys, one of 40 species of lamprey, attach themselves to the skin of fish and suck the blood of their prey. Lampreys are studied as a model organism for the clues their brains and neuroendocrine systems hold to our earliest vertebrate ancestors. In 2004, the National Institute Huarache Mens Black

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something about our deep ancestry." The UNH researchers' contribution to the project, which involved 36 institutions and took more than two years, drew on the Center for Molecular and Comparative Endocrinology's expertise in the neuroendocrine system of the lamprey. This work holds particular promise, says Sower, for better understanding the lamprey gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) receptor, which controls reproductive physiology and has potential biomedical implications. Like so many scientific breakthroughs, this sea lamprey genome raises far more questions than it answers, opening a floodgate of future research. "The technology increases, our knowledge increases, the complexity increases," Sower says. "But this is very exciting. Agricultural Experiment Station.

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of Health designated the sea lamprey as one of nine non mammalian organisms each selected for its unique chapter in the evolutionary story for the determination of the genome. "The evolutionary divergence between lampreys and Air Huarache With Shorts other Air Huarache Run Prm Qs Undefeated

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