Newer genes may have driven brain development, scientists say

10/20/2011 | The Scientist blog

Several genes active during fetal and infant development arose at the same time that humans developed the areas of their brains that governs intelligence and personality, say scientists who studied genes and brain development across mammalian species ranging from mice to humans. The newer genes began developing when primates diverged from the rest of the mammals.

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