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The involucrin gene of platyrrhines and hominoids contains a segment of lo-codon repeats which were added vectorially at the same site in the coding region. We have now cloned and sequenced the involucrin gene of four cercopithecoid monkeystwo macaques (mulatta andfascicularis) and two Cercopithecus monkeys (aethiops and hamlyni). Each gene contains a similar segment of short repeats; some of these were added in a common anthropoid lineage, others were added in a common catarrhine lineage, anddoi:10.1093/oxfordjournals.molbev.a040733 pmid:1584012 fatcat:qvne6ogjazdnfmqwm5wsshswnq