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“Rewiring” at Non-Coding Genome Regions Important for Adaptation

News   Jan 20, 2021 | Original story from the Earlham Institute

 
“Rewiring” at Non-Coding Genome Regions Important for Adaptation

Sampling cichlid fish tissues for genome and transcriptome sequencing in Tanzania and Zanzibar Archipelago. Tilapia and haplochromine cichlid fish species were sampled for associated studies on characterising genomic signatures of domestication and adaptation. Credit: Dr Graham Etherington and Dr Tarang Mehta, Earlham Institue (EI).

 
 
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