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In PLOS Genetics, researchers from Australia and Canada report on findings from a genome sequencing — and population re-sequencing — study of Chardonnay wine plant clones. After using single-molecule, real-time long read sequencing to put together a 490 million base genome assembly for Chardonnay, the team identified nearly 29,700 predicted protein-coding genes with the help of RNA sequence data.

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