Complete mitochondrial genome and phylogenic analysis of Odontobutis yaluensis, Perciformes, Odontobutidae

  title={Complete mitochondrial genome and phylogenic analysis of Odontobutis yaluensis, Perciformes, Odontobutidae},
  author={Xue Zang and Xiaojun Wang and Guosong Zhang and Yayuan Wang and Yandong Ding and Shaowu Yin},
  journal={Mitochondrial DNA Part A},
  pages={1965 - 1967}
Abstract The complete mitochondrial genome of Odontobutis yaluensis was sequenced as to be 16,909 bp in length with (A + T) content of 55.73%, and it contained 13 protein-coding genes, 2 rRNAs, 22 tRNAs and a control region. The gene order and orientation are similar to some typical fish species. The data will provide the useful molecular information for phylogenetic relationships of O. yaluensis with Odontobutis potamophila first clustered into a small branch, and then with Odontobutis… 
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