An international team led by investigators at BGI-Shenzhen and the University of Copenhagen used bisulfite- and transcriptome sequencing to explore the epigenetics of environment-influenced sex determination in the recently sequenced half-smooth tongue sole, Cynoglossus semilaevis — a flatfish in which sex is determined by both genetic and env

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