NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Members of the Horse Genome Project reported today in Science that they have completed a high quality draft genome for the domestic horse Equus caballus. The work stems from a decade-long international collaboration with about three years devoted to horse genome sequencing, assembly, and annotation.

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