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Members of the Zoonomia Project report genome assemblies for 131 species of eutherian mammals, the majority of which were previously uncharacterized, in this week's Nature. The team also presents a whole-genome alignment for 240 phylogenetically diverse species representing over 80 percent of mammalian families, uncovering signals of evolutionary selection at high resolution and generating insights from individual reference genomes.

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