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Zebrafish earns its stripes

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The reported sequence of the zebrafish genome, together with the production of mutant strains representing more than one-third of all its protein-coding regions, will accelerate the characterization of human genes. See Letters p.494 & p.498

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Figure 1: Linking phenotypes to genes.

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Schier, A. Zebrafish earns its stripes. Nature 496, 443–444 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature12094

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