The complete mitochondrial genome of Lithobates catesbeianus (Anura: Ranidae)

@article{Lin2014TheCM,
  title={The complete mitochondrial genome of Lithobates catesbeianus (Anura: Ranidae)},
  author={Yubo Lin and Bofang Tao and Xindong Fang and Tingting Wang and Jiayong Zhang},
  journal={Mitochondrial DNA},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={447 - 448}
}
Abstract The complete mitochondrial genome of Lithobates catesbeianus (Anura: Ranidae) is sequenced to analyze the gene arrangement. It is a circular molecule of 18,241 bp in length including 37 genes typically found in other frogs. The AT content of the overall base composition of L. catesbeianus is 59.9%. The length of control region is 2783 bp with 66.0% AT content. Protein-coding genes begin with ATG as start codon except except ND1 and ATP6 began with ATA, COI and ND4L with GTG, and ND2… Expand
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