Chinese Team Sequences 69 Pigs, Gaining Insight into Local Adaptations | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – By sequencing nearly 70 pigs from different parts of China, a Jiangxi Agricultural University-led team identified a number of variants that appear to have enabled the various breeds to adapt to their local environments.

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