The initial, manual annotation analysis of the pearl oyster genome is reported in the present issue of Zoological Science. Contributors represent a wide array of research fields, including bioinformatics, molecular and cellular biology, fisheries science, biochemistry, biomineralogy, molluscan biology, evolutionary and developmental biology, and paleobiology, reflecting the pearl oyster's broad biological and economic importance. The annotated pearl oyster genome paves the way for future studies in diverse areas including pearl aquaculture, biomineralization, and lophotrochozoan biology.
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Vol. 30 • No. 10