Anole Genome Paper Published Today!

Image copyright Andrew M. Shedlock.

The anole genome paper is out in Nature today (although links on Nature’s own page only take you to a list of authors at the present time, I’m assuming this glitch will be fixed shortly).  Nature also published a brief commentary highlighting some of the most interesting discoveries from this work.  For more coverage of work related to the genome, check out this post and stay tuned to Anole Annals – we’ll have a bunch more genome posts over the next few days.

About Rich Glor

Assistant Professor of Biology at the University of Rochester and longtime anole enthusiast.
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2 Responses to Anole Genome Paper Published Today!

  1. Janson Jones says:

    As of the morning of 01 September, the Nature.com page finally works. The article is now actually posted, functional, and available. It was fixed either late last night or early this morning.

    The Nature iOS app version (for those in iPad land) is still somewhat maimed. Bad links with tables, etc. A real mess of faulty coding. Stick with the website version.

    – Janson, with more than a bit of giddiness!

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