Yak Genome Yields Clues to High Altitude Adaptation | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – An international team led by investigators at BGI-Shenzhen, Lanzhou University, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences has sequenced and started analyzing a draft version of the domestic yak genome, uncovering genetic adaptations that appear to assist the animal with life at high altitudes.

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