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Diversity of sponge mitochondrial introns revealed by cox 1 sequences of Tetillidae

Amir Szitenberg, Chagai Rot, Micha Ilan and Dorothée Huchon*

BMC Evolutionary Biology 2010, 10:288  doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-288

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Typographical change

Dorothee Huchon   (2010-10-05 14:34)  Tel-Aviv University email

In the Discussion section, in the sentence:
"This suggests that “standard” barcoding primers might not be adapted for the sponge and cnidarian species that share introns 714 and 870."

870 should be replaced by 723

Competing interests

None declared

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