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Canis lupus (gray wolf)
Representative genome: Canis lupus (assembly mCanLor1.2)
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ID: 365
Organism ImageCanis lupus (gray wolf)

The gray wolf is the largest member of the dog family Canidae

Lineage: Eukaryota[9838]; Metazoa[4595]; Chordata[2209]; Craniata[2186]; Vertebrata[2186]; Euteleostomi[2168]; Mammalia[668]; Eutheria[494]; Laurasiatheria[275]; Carnivora[74]; Caniformia[47]; Canidae[9]; Canis[3]; Canis lupus[3]
The gray wolf Canis lupus is considered the ancestor of all domesticated dog breeds (Canis familiaris), which have been bred for specific traits and behaviors such as size, loyalty, and specialized skills such as herding and hunting.

Summary

Sequence data: genome assemblies: 3; sequence reads: 34 (See  Genome Assembly and Annotation report)
Statistics: median total length (Mb): 2342.42
 median protein count: 0
 median GC%: 41.3
NCBI Annotation Release:  106

 Representative (genome information for reference and representative genomes)

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