Elephant Genome Provides Evidence to Boost Conservation Efforts

News   Feb 27, 2018 | Original Story from the Broad Institute

 
Elephant Genome Provides Evidence to Boost Conservation Efforts

African savanna elephants in San Diego Zoo. In the middle is Swazi, the female elephant from which the reference genome was sequenced. Credit : San Diego Zoo Global

 
 
 

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