Rainbow Trout Genome Gives Look into Consequences of Genome Duplications | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – By sequencing the rainbow trout genome, an international team of researchers led by Yann Guiguen at the French National Institutes for Agricultural Research has been able to peek into the changes that occur after a whole-genome duplication event.

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