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The living coelacanth is a lobe-finned fish that represents an early evolutionary departure from the lineage that led to land vertebrates, and is of extreme interest scientifically. It has changed very little in appearance from fossilized coelacanths...
Devil facial tumour disease (DFTD) is a fatal, transmissible malignancy that threatens the world's largest marsupial carnivore, the Tasmanian devil, with extinction. First recognised in 1996, DFTD has had a catastrophic effect on wild devil numbers, ...
Amemiya, Chris T;Alföldi, Jessica;Lee, Alison P;Fan, Shaohua;Philippe, Hervé;Maccallum, Iain;Braasch, Ingo;Manousaki, Tereza;Schneider, Igor;Rohner, Nicolas;Organ, Chris;Chalopin, Domitille;Smith, Jeramiah J;Robinson, Mark;Dorrington, Rosemary A;Gerdol, Marco;Aken, Bronwen;Biscotti, Maria Assunta;Barucca, Marco;Baurain, Denis;Berlin, Aaron M;Blatch, Gregory L;Buonocore, Francesco;Burmester, Thorsten;Campbell, Michael S;Canapa, Adriana;Cannon, John P;Christoffels, Alan;De Moro, Gianluca;Edkins, Adrienne L;Fan, Lin;Fausto, Anna Maria;Feiner, Nathalie;Forconi, Mariko;Gamieldien, Junaid;Gnerre, Sante;Gnirke, Andreas;Goldstone, Jared V;Haerty, Wilfried;Hahn, Mark E;Hesse, Uljana;Hoffmann, Steve;Johnson, Jeremy;Karchner, Sibel I;Kuraku, Shigehiro;Lara, Marcia;Levin, Joshua Z;Litman, Gary W;Mauceli, Evan;Miyake, Tsutomu;Mueller, M Gail;Nelson, David R;Nitsche, Anne;Olmo, Ettore;Ota, Tatsuya;Pallavicini, Alberto;Panji, Sumir;Picone, Barbara;Ponting, Chris P;Prohaska, Sonja J;Przybylski, Dariusz;Saha, Nil Ratan;Ravi, Vydianathan;Ribeiro, Filipe J;Sauka-Spengler, Tatjana;Scapigliati, Giuseppe;Searle, Stephen M J;Sharpe, Ted;Simakov, Oleg;Stadler, Peter F;Stegeman, John J;Sumiyama, Kenta;Tabbaa, Diana;Tafer, Hakim;Turner-Maier, Jason;van Heusden, Peter;White, Simon;Williams, Louise;Yandell, Mark;Brinkmann, Henner;Volff, Jean-Nicolas;Tabin, Clifford J;Shubin, Neil;Schartl, Manfred;Jaffe, David B;Postlethwait, John H;Venkatesh, Byrappa;Di Palma, Federica;Lander, Eric S;Meyer, Axel;Lindblad-Toh, Kerstin
The discovery of a living coelacanth specimen in 1938 was remarkable, as this lineage of lobe-finned fish was thought to have become extinct 70 million years ago. The modern coelacanth looks remarkably similar to many of its ancient relatives, and it...
Devil facial tumour disease (DFTD) is a fatal, transmissible malignancy that threatens the world's largest marsupial carnivore, the Tasmanian devil, with extinction. First recognised in 1996, DFTD has had a catastrophic effect on wild devil numbers, ...