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Press Release 05-208
A Fish of a Different Color

Researchers discover gene linked to fish and human pigmentation

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Researchers studying zebrafish discovered a gene linked to human pigmentation.

Researchers at Pennsylvania State University discovered that a gene that controls pigmentation in zebrafish also plays a role in human skin coloration.

Credit: ZFIN and Oregon Zebrafish Laboratories

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