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Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution, ISSN 1552-5007, 12/2010, Volume 314B, Issue 8, pp. 645 - 652
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Marine Genomics, ISSN 1874-7787, 2011, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp. 167 - 172
The living fossil is important to understand sarcopterygian evolution. To gain further insights into this fish species we studied its genome size, GC% and 5mC... 
Sarcopterygian fish | DNA methylation | Genome evolution | Living fossil | Base composition | METHYLATION | CELL-SIZE | EVOLUTION | GENETICS & HEREDITY | DNA CONTENT | VERTEBRATES | FISHES | CHALUMNAE | Fishes - genetics | Animals | 5-Methylcytosine - metabolism | Species Specificity | Genome - genetics | Gene Expression Regulation - physiology | Base Composition - genetics
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Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, ISSN 0024-4082, 09/2012, Volume 166, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 13
This study represents a preliminary systematic reorganization of the critical whip black coral genus Stichopathes from Indonesia, and a validation test of its... 
morphological taxonomy | Antipathidae | Cnidaria | whip corals | internal transcribed spacers (ITS1, ITS2) | phylogeny | Indonesia | Whip corals | Its2 | Morphological taxonomy | Internal transcribed spacers (ITS1 | Phylogeny | PATTERNS | MODEL | 5.8S | ECOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS | REEF | ZOOLOGY | MARINE PARK | SCLERACTINIA | ANTHOZOA | INTERNAL TRANSCRIBED SPACERS | Cladistic analysis | Corals | Analysis
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Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution, ISSN 1552-5007, 07/2012, Volume 318, Issue 5, pp. 404 - 416
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by Amemiya, Chris T and Alföldi, Jessica and Lee, Alison P and Fan, Shaohua and Philippe, Hervé and Maccallum, Iain and Braasch, Ingo and Manousaki, Tereza and Schneider, Igor and Rohner, Nicolas and Organ, Chris and Chalopin, Domitille and Smith, Jeramiah J and Robinson, Mark and Dorrington, Rosemary A and Gerdol, Marco and Aken, Bronwen and Biscotti, Maria Assunta and Barucca, Marco and Baurain, Denis and Berlin, Aaron M and Blatch, Gregory L and Buonocore, Francesco and Burmester, Thorsten and Campbell, Michael S and Canapa, Adriana and Cannon, John P and Christoffels, Alan and De Moro, Gianluca and Edkins, Adrienne L and Fan, Lin and Fausto, Anna Maria and Feiner, Nathalie and Forconi, Mariko and Gamieldien, Junaid and Gnerre, Sante and Gnirke, Andreas and Goldstone, Jared V and Haerty, Wilfried and Hahn, Mark E and Hesse, Uljana and Hoffmann, Steve and Johnson, Jeremy and Karchner, Sibel I and Kuraku, Shigehiro and Lara, Marcia and Levin, Joshua Z and Litman, Gary W and Mauceli, Evan and Miyake, Tsutomu and Mueller, M Gail and Nelson, David R and Nitsche, Anne and Olmo, Ettore and Ota, Tatsuya and Pallavicini, Alberto and Panji, Sumir and Picone, Barbara and Ponting, Chris P and Prohaska, Sonja J and Przybylski, Dariusz and Saha, Nil Ratan and Ravi, Vydianathan and Ribeiro, Filipe J and Sauka-Spengler, Tatjana and Scapigliati, Giuseppe and Searle, Stephen M J and Sharpe, Ted and Simakov, Oleg and Stadler, Peter F and Stegeman, John J and Sumiyama, Kenta and Tabbaa, Diana and Tafer, Hakim and Turner-Maier, Jason and van Heusden, Peter and White, Simon and Williams, Louise and Yandell, Mark and Brinkmann, Henner and Volff, Jean-Nicolas and Tabin, Clifford J and Shubin, Neil and Schartl, Manfred and Jaffe, David B and Postlethwait, John H and Venkatesh, Byrappa and Di Palma, Federica and Lander, Eric S and Meyer, Axel and Lindblad-Toh, Kerstin
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 04/2013, Volume 496, Issue 7445, p. 311
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by Amemiya, Chris T and Alfoldi, Jessica and Lee, Alison P and Fan, Shaohua and Philippe, Hervé and MacCallum, Iain and Braasch, Ingo and Manousaki, Tereza and Schneider, Igor and Rohner, Nicolas and Organ, Chris and Chalopin, Domitille and Smith, Jeramiah J and Robinson, Mark and Dorrington, Rosemary A and Gerdol, Marco and Aken, Bronwen and Biscotti, Maria Assunta and Barucca, Marco and Baurain, Denis and Berlin, Aaron M and Blatch, Gregory L and Buonocore, Francesco and Burmester, Thorsten and Campbell, Michael S and Canapa, Adriana and Cannon, John P and Christoffels, Alan and De Moro, Gianluca and Edkins, Adrienne L and Fan, Lin and Fausto, Anna Maria and Feiner, Nathalie and Forconi, Mariko and Gamieldien, Junaid and Gnerre, Sante and Gnirke, Andreas and Goldstone, Jared V and Haerty, Wilfried and Hahn, Mark E and Hesse, Uljana and Hoffmann, Steve and Johnson, Jeremy and Karchner, Sibel I and Kuraku, Shigehiro and Lara, Marcia and Levin, Joshua Z and Litman, Gary W and Mauceli, Evan and Miyake, Tsutomu and Mueller, M. Gail and Nelson, David R and Nitsche, Anne and Olmo, Ettore and Ota, Tatsuya and Pallavicini, Alberto and Panji, Sumir and Picone, Barbara and Ponting, Chris P and Prohaska, Sonja J and Przybylski, Dariusz and Saha, Nil Ratan and Ravi, Vydianathan and Ribeiro, Filipe J and Sauka-Spengler, Tatjana and Scapigliati, Giuseppe and Searle, Stephen M. J and Sharpe, Ted and Simakov, Oleg and Stadler, Peter F and Stegeman, John J and Sumiyama, Kenta and Tabbaa, Diana and Tafer, Hakim and Turner-Maier, Jason and Van Heusden, Peter and White, Simon and Williams, Louise and Yandell, Mark and Brinkmann, Henner and Volff, Jean-Nicolas and Tabin, Clifford J and Shubin, Neil and Schartl, Manfred and Jaffe, David B and Postlethwait, John H and Venkatesh, Byrappa and Di Palma, Federica and Lander, Eric S and Meyer, Axel and Lindblad-Toh, Kerstin and Medicinska fakulteten and Science for Life Laboratory, SciLifeLab and Medicinska och farmaceutiska vetenskapsområdet and Institutionen för medicinsk biokemi och mikrobiologi and Uppsala universitet
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 04/2013, Volume 496, Issue 7445, pp. 311 - 316
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by Amemiya, Chris T and Alföldi, Jessica and Lee, Alison P and Fan, Shaohua and Philippe, Hervé and MacCallum, Iain and Braasch, Ingo and Manousaki, Tereza and Schneider, Igor and Rohner, Nicolas and Organ, Chris and Chalopin, Domitille and Smith, Jeramiah J and Robinson, Mark and Dorrington, Rosemary A and Gerdol, Marco and Aken, Bronwen and Biscotti, Maria Assunta and Barucca, Marco and Baurain, Denis and Berlin, Aaron M and Blatch, Gregory L and Buonocore, Francesco and Burmester, Thorsten and Campbell, Michael S and Canapa, Adriana and Cannon, John P and Christoffels, Alan and De Moro, Gianluca and Edkins, Adrienne L and Fan, Lin and Fausto, Anna Maria and Feiner, Nathalie and Forconi, Mariko and Gamieldien, Junaid and Gnerre, Sante and Gnirke, Andreas and Goldstone, Jared V and Haerty, Wilfried and Hahn, Mark E and Hesse, Uljana and Hoffmann, Steve and Johnson, Jeremy and Karchner, Sibel I and Kuraku, Shigehiro and Lara, Marcia and Levin, Joshua Z and Litman, Gary W and Mauceli, Evan and Miyake, Tsutomu and Mueller, M. Gail and Nelson, David R and Nitsche, Anne and Olmo, Ettore and Ota, Tatsuya and Pallavicini, Alberto and Panji, Sumir and Picone, Barbara and Ponting, Chris P and Prohaska, Sonja J and Przybylski, Dariusz and Saha, Nil Ratan and Ravi, Vydianathan and Ribeiro, Filipe J and Sauka-Spengler, Tatjana and Scapigliati, Giuseppe and Searle, Stephen M. J and Sharpe, Ted and Simakov, Oleg and Stadler, Peter F and Stegeman, John J and Sumiyama, Kenta and Tabbaa, Diana and Tafer, Hakim and Turner-Maier, Jason and van Heusden, Peter and White, Simon and Williams, Louise and Yandell, Mark and Brinkmann, Henner and Volff, Jean-Nicolas and Tabin, Clifford J and Shubin, Neil and Schartl, Manfred and Jaffe, David and Postlethwait, John H and Venkatesh, Byrappa and Di Palma, Federica and Lander, Eric S and Meyer, Axel and Lindblad-Toh, Kerstin
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 4/2013, Volume 496, Issue 7445, pp. 311 - 316
It was a zoological sensation when a living specimen of the coelacanth was first discovered in 1938, as this lineage of lobe-finned fish was thought to have... 
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 04/2013, Volume 8, Issue 4, p. e56006
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genesis, ISSN 1526-954X, 12/2014, Volume 52, Issue 12, pp. 935 - 945
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Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution, ISSN 1552-5007, 09/2014, Volume 322, Issue 6, pp. 334 - 341
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Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution, ISSN 1552-5007, 09/2014, Volume 322, Issue 6, pp. 379 - 389
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