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German researchers present an updated genome annotation for Aspergillus niger, a fungal species that's often tapped to produce large quantities of specific organic acids, enzymes, or other proteins. The team considered more than 150 published, array-based transcriptome datasets, putting together gene co-expression networks representing 9,579 A. niger genes.

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