Capture Technique Enables Gene Comparisons Across Divergent Species | GenomeWeb

A technique that enables genes to be captured and sequenced across divergent species is enabling researchers to study evolution and could have biomedical applications.

"We want to target particular genes that have properties we're interested in across different organisms," Gavin Naylor, a professor at the College of Charleston's Hollings Marine Laboratory, told In Sequence.

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