Ape cardiac disease study may inform human heart evolution

03/31/2012 | BBC

Researchers from the U.S., U.K. and elsewhere internationally are studying apes around the globe to learn the normal parameters for apes' hearts and to prevent cardiac disease in non-human primates. Early data suggest ape hearts resemble those of human athletes, and researchers think their findings may shed light on the evolution of the human heart.

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