So THAT'S how they became man's best friend: Genes linked to autism in humans may influence dog sociability 



Their unwavering loyalty to their owners and obedient nature has led to dogs becoming known as man's best friend.
Now new research has revealed five key genes that has enabled dogs to develop such close social ties to humans. 
The findings help to reveal the genetic changes that domestication has wrought in the canine genome over the past few thousand years.
But surprisingly, researchers from Linköping University in Sweden also found four of the genes are related to social disorders, such as autism, in humans.
THE SOCIABILITY GENES  The DNA of each dog was studied using a method called... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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