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Wels Catfish Genome Sequenced and Assembled

News   Sep 23, 2020 | Original story from the Estonian University of Life Sciences

 
Wels Catfish Genome Sequenced and Assembled

By deciphering the genetic code of the barbelled giant, scientists expect to better understand the secrets of the Wels catfish's exceptionally rapid growth, enormous appetite and longevity. Credit: Anti Vasemägi/EMÜ.

 
 
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