American Pika Research Shows Value of NGS in Conservation Genomics Studies of Elusive Species | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Based on next-generation sequencing analysis, University of British Columbia researchers were able to identify nearly 4,000 SNPs in samples collected from the elusive American pika and found that genetic variation in the species varies with elevation.

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