Yeast Genome Doubling Result of Ancient Interspecies Hybridization Event | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – An apparent 100 million-year-old duplication of the yeast genome was actually due to an ancient interspecies hybridization event, according to a new phylogenetic analysis.

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