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In a paper published online in advance in Nature Genetics this week, researchers in China and Denmark describe genome-wide signatures of genetic diversity and selection in 17 wild and 14 cultivated soybean genomes, which they re-sequenced at an average depth of approximately 5x and more than 90 percent coverage. The wild soybean genomes, the team reports, show higher allelic diversity than the cultivated ones.

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