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Six new reference-quality bat genomes illuminate the molecular basis and evolution of bat adaptations

David Jebb, Zixia Huang, Martin Pippel, et al.



Selected by Alexa Sadier, Alexa Sadier

The tuatara genome: insights into vertebrate evolution from the sole survivor of an ancient reptilian order

Neil J. Gemmell, Kim Rutherford, Stefan Prost, et al.



Selected by Miguel V. Almeida

Oxygenation properties of hemoglobin and the evolutionary origins of isoform multiplicity in an amphibious air-breathing fish, the blue-spotted mudskipper (Boleophthalmus pectinirostris)

Jay F. Storz, Chandrasekhar Natarajan, Magnus K. Grouleff, et al.



Selected by Charlotte Nelson

Regulatory context drives conservation of glycine riboswitch aptamers

Matt Crum, Nikhil Ram-Mohan, Michelle M. Meyer



Selected by Defne Surujon

Variant antigen diversity in Trypanosoma vivax is not driven by recombination

Sara Silva Pereira, Kayo J. G. de Almeida Castilho Neto, Craig W. Duffy, et al.



Selected by Mariana De Niz

Ancient genomic regulatory blocks are a major source for gene deserts in vertebrates after whole genome duplications

María Touceda-Suárez, Elizabeth M. Kita, Rafael D. Acemel, et al.



Selected by Jesus Victorino

Nanopore-based genome assembly and the evolutionary genomics of basmati rice

Jae Young Choi, Zoe N. Lye, Simon C. Groen, et al.



Selected by Edi Sudianto

Negative frequency-dependent selection maintains coexisting genotypes during fluctuating selection

Caroline B. Turner, Sean W. Buskirk, Katrina B. Harris, et al.



Selected by Defne Surujon
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