Researchers Sequencing Tasmanian Devil Genomes with an Eye Toward Conservation | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

SAN DIEGO (GenomeWeb News) – Using genome sequencing and other strategies, researchers from Pennsylvania State University and elsewhere are finding genetic clues that they say may be useful for selecting Tasmanian devils for breeding programs aimed at saving the animals from extinction.

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