Coelacanth Genome Confirms Sluggish Gene Changes in Lobe-finned Fish | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The fleshy-finned African coelacanth may carry many of the same gene coding sequences that its ancient ancestors did, according to a genome sequencing study out today in Nature.

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