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and analyzed with the Galaxy server at http://g2.bx.psu.edu. This paper illustrates the power of this resource for exploring vertebrate and mammalian evolution, using three examples. First, we present several vignettes involving insertions and deletions within protein-coding regions, including a look at some human-specific indels. Then we study the extent to which start codons and stop codons in the human sequence are conserved in other species, showing that start codons are in general moredoi:10.1101/gr.6761107 pmid:17984227 pmcid:PMC2099589 fatcat:dbrzsps2hzcztchnbfe6ro7yia