Wiley, Edward O.
Miller, Michael R.
Haussler, David H.
O'Brien, Stephen J O
Ryder, Oliver A.
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AbstractThe Genome 10K project aims to sequence the genomes of 10,000 vertebrates, representing approximately one genome for each vertebrate genus. Since fishes (cartilaginous fishes, ray-finned fishes and lobe-finned fishes) represent more than 50% of extant vertebrates, it is planned to target 4,000 fish genomes. At present, nearly 60 fish genomes are being sequenced at various public funded labs, and under a Genome 10K and BGI pilot project. An additional 100 fishes have been identified for sequencing in the next phase of Genome 10K project. © 2012 Elsevier B.V.
CitationBernardi, G., Wiley, E. O., Mansour, H., Miller, M. R., Orti, G., Haussler, D., … Venkatesh, B. (2012). The fishes of Genome 10K. Marine Genomics, 7, 3–6. doi:10.1016/j.margen.2012.02.002
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