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...quickly. To the extent they don't, there's probably a good reason. Stanford immunologist and evolutionary theorist Peter Parham, PhD, pays a lot of attention to the MHC genes. In a...

...quickly. To the extent they don't, there's probably a good reason. Stanford immunologist and evolutionary theorist Peter Parham, PhD, pays a lot of attention to the MHC genes. In a...

...cousins, according to an article published online today in Science Express. The article focuses on the efforts of Stanford immunologist Peter Parham, PhD, and colleagues to understand how prehistoric hookups...

...cousins, according to an article published online today in Science Express. The article focuses on the efforts of Stanford immunologist Peter Parham, PhD, and colleagues to understand how prehistoric hookups...

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Price of protection: Immune-gene version, great at combating leprosy, is not without drawbacks

...Cell Reports, a team led by Stanford immune-genetics experts Hugo Hilton, DVM, PhD, and Peter Parham, PhD, examined a particular version of a gene encoding for an important cell-surface protein...

...Cell Reports, a team led by Stanford immune-genetics experts Hugo Hilton, DVM, PhD, and Peter Parham, PhD, examined a particular version of a gene encoding for an important cell-surface protein...

...And a lucky thing, too. Work by Stanford immunologist Peter Parham, PhD, reprised in the Times article, suggests that immunologically relevant snippets of DNA of Neanderthal and Denisovan origin that...

...And a lucky thing, too. Work by Stanford immunologist Peter Parham, PhD, reprised in the Times article, suggests that immunologically relevant snippets of DNA of Neanderthal and Denisovan origin that...

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...the size and shape of the human female pelvis and the dimensions of the birth canal," write Stanford and evolutionary theorist Peter Parham, PhD, and pathologist Ashley Moffitt, MD, of...

...the size and shape of the human female pelvis and the dimensions of the birth canal," write Stanford and evolutionary theorist Peter Parham, PhD, and pathologist Ashley Moffitt, MD, of...

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...between reproduction and immunity to infectious disease: In a review article recently published in Nature Reviews Immunology, Stanford evolutionary theorist Peter Parham, PhD, and pathologist Ashley Moffitt, MD, of the...

...between reproduction and immunity to infectious disease: In a review article recently published in Nature Reviews Immunology, Stanford evolutionary theorist Peter Parham, PhD, and pathologist Ashley Moffitt, MD, of the...

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If you have found yourself inexplicably offended by Geico's "caveman" commercials, new research may have an explanation: that most humans share up to 4 percent of their genes with Neanderthals....

If you have found yourself inexplicably offended by Geico's "caveman" commercials, new research may have an explanation: that most humans share up to 4 percent of their genes with Neanderthals....

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...immunology, Peter Parham, PhD, five other Stanford researchers, and dozens of researchers from around the world. "For a long time,” Bustamante told me, “we've sought to understand the genetic history...

...immunology, Peter Parham, PhD, five other Stanford researchers, and dozens of researchers from around the world. "For a long time,” Bustamante told me, “we've sought to understand the genetic history...

...second authors on a paper describing how the mutated gene works to reduce binding to HLA C2 and increase binding to HLA C1, along with senior author Peter Parham, PhD,...

...second authors on a paper describing how the mutated gene works to reduce binding to HLA C2 and increase binding to HLA C1, along with senior author Peter Parham, PhD,...