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The rainbow trout genome, an important landmark for aquaculture and genome evolution

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Lucie Marandel
Stéphane Panserat
Edwige Quillet
Carine Genet

Abstract

Rainbow trout is a native species from the Northwest cost of North America and a member of the salmonid family. It is a species of major importance for aquaculture, wild stock fisheries and recreational sport fisheries. Beside its economical importance, rainbow trout is also extensively used as a model species in many biological disciplines. From an evolutionary genomic point of view, the rainbow trout genome is extremely interesting due to a whole genome duplication event, which occurred 88–96 Mya in the salmonid lineage. With the advent of next generation sequencing technologies, a large number of genomic tools are now available in that species including a whole genome sequence. This chapter provides a synthetic review of the current knowledge on rainbow trout genomics and what biological information has been obtained following the analysis of its genome.
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hal-01595642 , version 1 (26-09-2017)

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Julien Bobe, Lucie Marandel, Stéphane Panserat, Pierre Boudinot, Camille Berthelot, et al.. The rainbow trout genome, an important landmark for aquaculture and genome evolution. Genomics in Aquaculture, Academic Press, 2016, 978-0-12-801418-9. ⟨10.1016/B978-0-12-801418-9.00002-0⟩. ⟨hal-01595642⟩
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