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Various scientific sources have discovered that human accelerated regions (HARs) are segments of the genome that, in humans, mutate and vary at a faster rate than the rest of the mammals that present them. In any case, these regions are mostly non-coding, so a clear and exact capacity cannot yet be attributed to them.

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