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Entire yeast genome squeezed into one lone chromosome

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-018-05857-9

Read the related News & Views article: ‘Chromosomes get together’

Updates & Corrections

  • Correction 02 August 2018: This article has been amended to make clear that there are about 1019 — not 10–19 — ways to arrange yeast’s 16 chromosomes into 1.

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