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Credit: Rodrigo Hamede, School of Zoology, University of Tasmania
Feature: Devil Is in the DNA
Ancient DNA is helping shed light on why the Tasmanian devil is being driven to extinction.
Browse: Devil Tumour Changing
The cancer that is killing Tasmanian devils is changing.
Browse: Devilish Epigenetics Drive Tumour
Tasmanian devil facial tumour disease occurs when epigenetic factors turn off surface molecules that the immune system uses to recognise foreign tissue
Browse: Devil Facial Tumour Evolves to a More Deadly Form