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    • The genome sequencing of an albino Western lowland gorilla reveals inbreeding in the wild 

      Prado-Martinez, J.; Hernando-Herraez, I.; Lorente-Galdos, B.; Dabad, M.; Ramirez, O.; Baeza-Delgado, C.; Morcillo-Suarez, C.; Alkan C.; Hormozdiari, F.; Raineri, E.; Estellé, J.; Fernandez-Callejo, M.; Valles, M.; Ritscher, L.; Schöneberg, T.; Calle-Mustienes, Elisa de la; Casillas, S.; Rubio-Acero, R.; Melé, M.; Engelken, J.; Caceres, M.; Gomez-Skarmeta, L. L.; Gut, M.; Bertranpetit, J.; Gut, I. G.; Abello, T.; Eichler, E. E.; Mingarro, I.; Lalueza-Fox, C.; Navarro, A.; Marques Bonet, T. (BioMed Central Ltd., 2013-05-31)
      Background: The only known albino gorilla, named Snowflake, was a male wild born individual from Equatorial Guinea who lived at the Barcelona Zoo for almost 40 years. He was diagnosed with non-syndromic oculocutaneous albinism, ...