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Genome Compositional Organization in Gars Shows More Similarities to Mammals than to Other Ray-Finned Fish

Genome Compositional Organization in Gars Shows More Similarities to Mammals than to Other Ray-Finned Fish

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SYMONOVÁ, Radka, Zuzana MAJTÁNOVÁ, Lenin ARIAS-RODRIGUEZ, Libor MOŘKOVSKÝ, Tereza KOŘÍNKOVÁ, Lionel CAVIN, Martina Johnson POKORNÁ, Marie DOLEŽÁLKOVÁ, Martin FLAJŠHANS, Axel MEYER, 2017. Genome Compositional Organization in Gars Shows More Similarities to Mammals than to Other Ray-Finned Fish. In: Journal of experimental zoology part B : molecular and developmental evolution. 328(7), pp. 607-619. ISSN 1552-5007. eISSN 1552-5015. Available under: doi: 10.1002/jez.b.22719

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