Genome of the marsupial Monodelphis domestica reveals innovation in non-coding sequences.

T S Mikkelsen, M J Wakefield, B Aken, C T Amemiya, J L Chang, S Duke, M Garber, A J Gentles, L Goodstadt, A Heger, J Jurka, M Kamal, E Mauceli, S M Searle, T Sharpe, M L Baker, M A Batzer, P V Benos, K Belov, M ClampA Cook, J Cuff, R Das, L Davidow, J E Deakin, M J Fazzari, J L Glass, M Grabherr, J M Greally, W Gu, T A Hore, G A Huttley, M Kleber, R L Jirtle, E Koina, J T Lee, S Mahony, M A Marra, R D Miller, R D Nicholls, M Oda, A T Papenfuss, Z E Parra, D D Pollock, David Ray, J E Schein, T P Speed, K Thompson, J L VandeBerg, C M Wade, J A Walker, P D Waters, C Webber, J R Weidman, X Xie, M C Zody, J A Graves, C P Ponting, M Breen, P B Samollow, E S Lander, K Lindblad-Toh

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)167-77
JournalNature
StatePublished - May 10 2007

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