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Organism ImagePan troglodytes (chimpanzee)

The chimpanzee genome sequence is an important tool in understanding primate evolution

Lineage: Eukaryota[1252]; Metazoa[444]; Chordata[230]; Craniata[225]; Vertebrata[225]; Euteleostomi[221]; Mammalia[99]; Eutheria[95]; Euarchontoglires[39]; Primates[18]; Haplorrhini[15]; Catarrhini[12]; Hominidae[5]; Pan[2]; Pan troglodytes[1]
Pan troglodytes, or chimpanzee, is a primate very closely related to humans. The chimpanzee and other apes are most closely related to humans, followed by Old World monkeys; including the rhesus macaque and baboon. The chimpanzee is an important model to study biology, disease, and evolution. Research with Pan troglodytes has provided More...

Sequence data: genome assemblies: 4; sequence reads: 1 (See  Genome Assembly and Annotation report)

 Representative (genome information for reference and representative genomes)


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Genome Sequencing, no data3
Targeted Locus (Loci)1
Transcriptome or Gene expression7

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