This Week in Nature

In Nature Genetics this week, a team from the Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences reports the genome sequence of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio, which is the world's most farmed species of fish. The researchers sequenced the genomes of 33 fish from four wild populations and six domestic strains. When comparing two common varieties, they found 894 differentially expressed genes, many of which are involved in scale development and pigmentation.

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