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catastrophes, such as disease epidemics, with the end goal of one day using the clues to help develop new and better strategies for human health and medicine.

"The bottom line is that knowledge about your brothers and sisters provides insights about you," Miyamoto said.

The other researchers who participated in the study are Nicole Freire, a masters student in zoology; Phong Q. Ong, a former undergraduate in zoology; Timothy Young, a doctoral student in zoology; and Kikumi Gugel, a former undergraduate in zoology.


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Contact: Michael Miyamoto
miyamoto@zoo.ufl.edu
352-392-3275
University of Florida
1-Mar-2001


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