NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — An international consortium announced today that it has sequenced the Atlantic salmon genome.

A salmon reference genome, the researchers said, will assist in aquaculture farming of the fish, help conserve wild stocks, and inform studies of related species like Pacific salmon and rainbow trout.

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