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    Kimberly Cooper

    TitleAssistant Professor
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    DepartmentCell and Developmental Biology
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0380
    CA La Jolla 92093
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      1. Cooper K. Decoding the evolution of species. Science. 2017 Jun 02; 356(6341):904-905. PMID: 28572349.
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      2. Saxena A, Towers M, Cooper K. The origins, scaling and loss of tetrapod digits. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2017 Feb 05; 372(1713). PMID: 27994123.
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      3. Saxena A, Cooper K. Evolutionary biology: Fin to limb within our grasp. Nature. 2016 09 08; 537(7619):176-177. PMID: 27533039.
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      4. Cooper K, Shapiro MD. Preface to the special issue on evolution and morphological diversity. Dev Dyn. 2015 Oct; 244(10):1181-3. PMID: 26414755.
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      5. Cooper K. Self-organization in the limb: a Turing mechanism for digit development. Curr Opin Genet Dev. 2015 Jun; 32:92-7. PMID: 25819977.
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      6. Cooper K, Sears KE, Uygur A, Maier J, Baczkowski KS, Brosnahan M, Antczak D, Skidmore JA, Tabin CJ. Patterning and post-patterning modes of evolutionary digit loss in mammals. Nature. 2014 Jul 03; 511(7507):41-5. PMID: 24990742; PMCID: PMC4228958.
      7. Wang Z, Dai M, Wang Y, Cooper K, Zhu T, Dong D, Zhang J, Zhang S. Unique expression patterns of multiple key genes associated with the evolution of mammalian flight. Proc Biol Sci. 2014 May 22; 281(1783):20133133. PMID: 24695426; PMCID: PMC3996600.
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