From 2R to 3R : evidence for a fish-specific genome duplication (FSGD)

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MEYER, Axel, Yves van de PEER, 2005. From 2R to 3R : evidence for a fish-specific genome duplication (FSGD). In: Bioessays. 27(9), pp. 937-945. ISSN 0265-9247. eISSN 1521-1878. Available under: doi: 10.1002/bies.20293

@article{Meyer2005evide-6850, title={From 2R to 3R : evidence for a fish-specific genome duplication (FSGD)}, year={2005}, doi={10.1002/bies.20293}, number={9}, volume={27}, issn={0265-9247}, journal={Bioessays}, pages={937--945}, author={Meyer, Axel and Peer, Yves van de} }

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