Publication of 2,000 canine genomes provides toolkit for translational research

An international research consortium has generated and analyzed 2,000 canine genomes. The resulting advanced genetics toolkit can now be used to answer complex biological questions, spanning dog domestication, genetic differences in breed morphology, behavior and disease susceptibility, as well as the evolution and structure of the genome. The study, published in Genome Biology, describes the toolkit resource package and presents the first set of discoveries.

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