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The genome of the largest bony fish, ocean sunfish (Mola mola), provides insights into its fast growth rate
- Hailin Pan†1, 2,
- Hao Yu†1, 2,
- Vydianathan Ravi†3,
- Cai Li1, 2,
- Alison P. Lee3,
- Michelle M. Lian3,
- Boon-Hui Tay3,
- Sydney Brenner3,
- Jian Wang4, 5,
- Huanming Yang4, 5,
- Guojie Zhang1, 2, 6Email author and
- Byrappa Venkatesh3, 7Email author
© The Author(s). 2016
Received: 30 March 2016
Accepted: 4 August 2016
Published: 9 September 2016
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|9 Sep 2016||Article published||10.1186/s13742-016-0144-3|
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