SAN DIEGO (GenomeWeb News) – An international consortium called FishPop Trace is embarking on a multi-million dollar effort to develop genetic and other markers to help fisheries manage, conserve, and enforce their populations, attendees of the Plant and Animal Genome conference heard this week.

Rob Ogden, a researcher with the UK-based life-sciences product and services company Tepnel Life Sciences, outlined the FishPop Trace consortium's goals and strategy yesterday at a Population and Conservation Genomics workshop at PAG, held here this week.

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