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  • noun Plural form of relaxin.

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Examples

  • Ai dids tri tu wurk wif him an hims wuz relaxins nawt to bads but wens ai hads tu taek it, hims wuz nawt gowin kwietly

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  • Theoretical limitations of molecular phylogenetics and the evolution of relaxins.

    Evolution News & Views

  • Against this background of high variability between relaxins from purportedly closely related species, the relaxins of pig and whale are all but identical.

    Evolution News & Views

  • High sequence variability in relaxins across closely related species is a well-known feature of this peptide, however startling similarities have been observed between very distant species such as pigs and whales.

    Evolution News & Views

  • Theoretical limitations of molecular phylogenetics and the evolution of relaxins.

    Evolution News & Views

  • High sequence variability in relaxins across closely related species is a well-known feature of this peptide, however startling similarities have been observed between very distant species such as pigs and whales.

    Evolution News & Views

  • • Christian Schwabe, "Theoretical limitations of molecular phylogenetics and the evolution of relaxins,"

    Evolution News & Views

  • Against this background of high variability between relaxins from purportedly closely related species, the relaxins of pig and whale are all but identical.

    Evolution News & Views

  • High sequence variability in relaxins across closely related species is a well-known feature of this peptide, however startling similarities have been observed between very distant species such as pigs and whales.

    Evolution News & Views

  • Theoretical limitations of molecular phylogenetics and the evolution of relaxins.

    Evolution News & Views

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