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Authors: Михайлов, К. В.
Слюсарев, Г. С.
Никитин, М. А.
Логачева, М. Д.
Пенин, А. А.
Алешин, В. В.
Панчин, Ю. В.
Title: Геном Intoshia linei подтверждает взгляд на ортонектид как сильно упрощенных Spiralia
Other Titles: The genome of Intoshia linei affirms orthonectids as highly simplified spiralians
Issue Date: 2016
Language (ISO): Russian
Pages: 44-45
Description: Here we report the genomic sequence of Intoshia linei, one of about twenty known species of orthonectids. The genomic data confirms recent morphological analysis asserting that orthonectids are members of Spiralia and possess muscular and nervous systems. The 43 Mbp genome of I. linei encodes about 9,000 genes and retains those essential for the development and activity of muscular and nervous systems. The simplification of orthonectid body plan is associated with considerable reduction of metazoan developmental genes, leaving what might be viewed as the minimal gene set necessary to retain critical bilaterian features.
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