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Sequencing three crocodilian genomes to illuminate the evolution of archosaurs and amniotes

John A St John, Edward L Braun, Sally R Isberg, Lee G Miles, Amanda Y Chong, Jaime Gongora, Pauline Dalzell, Christopher Moran, Bertrand Bed'Hom, Arkhat Abzhanov, Shane C Burgess, Amanda M Cooksey, Todd A Castoe, Nicholas G Crawford, Llewellyn D Densmore, Jennifer C Drew, Scott V Edwards, Brant C Faircloth, Matthew K Fujita, Matthew J Greenwold, Federico G Hoffmann, Jonathan M Howard, Taisen Iguchi, Daniel E Janes, Shahid Yar Khan, Satomi Kohno, AP Jason de Koning, Stacey L Lance, Fiona M McCarthy, John E McCormack, Mark E Merchant, Daniel G Peterson, David D Pollock, Nader Pourmand, Brian J Raney, Kyria A Roessler, Jeremy R Sanford, Roger H Sawyer, Carl J Schmidt, Eric W Triplett, Tracey D Tuberville, Miryam Venegas-Anaya, Jason T Howard, Erich D Jarvis, Louis J Guillette, Travis C Glenn, Richard E Green and David A Ray*

Genome Biology 2012, 13:415  doi:10.1186/gb-2012-13-1-415

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