A tubifer cardinalfish
Genome Spotlight: Tubifer cardinalfish (Siphamia tubifer)
These tiny reef fish harbor luminous bacteria, and the chromosome-level assembly of the species’ genome may facilitate the duo’s use as a vertebrate model for symbiosis.
ABOVE: Tim Wong, California Academy of Sciences
Genome Spotlight: Tubifer cardinalfish (Siphamia tubifer)
Genome Spotlight: Tubifer cardinalfish (Siphamia tubifer)

These tiny reef fish harbor luminous bacteria, and the chromosome-level assembly of the species’ genome may facilitate the duo’s use as a vertebrate model for symbiosis.

These tiny reef fish harbor luminous bacteria, and the chromosome-level assembly of the species’ genome may facilitate the duo’s use as a vertebrate model for symbiosis.

ABOVE: Tim Wong, California Academy of Sciences

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a colorful ctenophore/comb jelly swimming
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A microscope image of a dinoflagellate.
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