Researchers look at rainbow trout genome

The 'map' provides a window into the evolution of rainbow trout. Photo: Eli Cureton/USFWS/Flickr

An international team of researchers has mapped the genetic profile of the rainbow trout, focusing on the rate at which genes have evolved since a rare genome doubling event occurred around 100 million years ago.

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