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Frog Genome Shares Substantial Similarities With Mammalian Genomes

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Ten years ago work began on sequencing the first amphibian genome. The organism of choice was Xenopus tropicalis, a two inch frog native to Sub-Saharan Africa. And when the finished product was analyzed it was found to share substantial similarities with mammalian genomes, including our own. As one headline put it, “Frogs and humans are kissing cousins.” As the report explains:  Read more

One Reply to “Frog Genome Shares Substantial Similarities With Mammalian Genomes

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    SCheesman says:

    Headline: “Frogs to Mammals: Not so big a leap after all”

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