NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Two independent research teams have stitched together baker's yeast chromosomes to determine the smallest number of chromosomes the fungus needs to survive. One group was able to combine the 16 usual yeast chromosomes into just one, while the other created a strain with just two chromosomes.

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