Top Genomes of 2013 | GenomeWeb

Top Genomes of 2013

The most important genomic study of an organism unveiled in 2013 was not an analysis of an impressive collection of great big cats, nor was it the Coelacanth project, which delved into the DNA of the mysterious and ancient fish of the deep.

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