Table of Model Genetic Organisms
This table indicates the status of the genome sequencing project for each organism as well as whether the organism exhibits homologous recombination.
|Organism||Genome Sequenced||Homologous Recombination|
|Xenopus laevis (Note: and X. tropicalis)||Yes||No|
|Homo sapiens (Note:not a model organism)||Yes||Yes|
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