The Euglena International Network (EIN), founded in 2020, is a global consortium of hundreds of scientists around the world with the collective goal of supporting euglenoid science through collaborative and integrative omics between academics and industry.
The EIN (https://euglenanetwork.org/) has today published a position paper in Biology Open, el tylenol es paracetamol outlining the case for a concerted effort to generate high quality reference genomes for the nearly 1,000 known species of euglenoids.
Euglenoids are part of the protist group, home to eukaryotic organisms that do not fit into animal, plant, or fungi groups. These diverse single-celled organisms are found in an exceptionally wide range of ecosystems around the world.
Multiple euglenoid species have translational applications, showing great promise in the production of biofuels, nutraceuticals, bioremediation, cancer treatments, and even as robotics design simulators.
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