Mitochondrial genome and a nuclear gene indicate a novel phylogenetic position of deep-sea tube-eye fish (Stylephoridae)

@article{Miya2007MitochondrialGA,
  title={Mitochondrial genome and a nuclear gene indicate a novel phylogenetic position of deep-sea tube-eye fish (Stylephoridae)},
  author={Masaki Miya and Nancy I. Holcroft and Takashi P. Satoh and Motoomi Yamaguchi and Mutsumi Nishida and E. O. Wiley},
  journal={Ichthyological Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={54},
  pages={323-332}
}
The rare, monotypic deep-sea fish family Stylephoridae has long been considered a member of the order Lampridiformes (opahs, velifers, ribbonfishes), and no systematic ichthyologist has questioned its placement within the order for over 80 years. Recently three individuals of Stylephorus chordatus were collected from different oceans, and we sequenced the whole mitochondrial genome and a partial nuclear recombination activating gene 1 (RAG1) gene sequences for each specimen. We aligned these… 

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