NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Elephant shark genetic sequences are helping researchers unravel vertebrate evolutionary history, according to new research.
 
Researchers from Singapore and the US sequenced the elephant shark’s protocadherin gene cluster in order to piece together the history of jawed vertebrates.
 

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