Researchers at Pennsylvania State University have used 454’s sequencing technology and new analysis tools to study genetic diversity in endangered species without the use of a reference genome, In Sequence has learned.
 
As their first example, they have chosen the Tasmanian devil, which is under threat of extinction from a deadly infectious facial tumor.
 

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