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Copyright ©2004 by Daphnia Genomics Consortium.
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wFleaBase is a publication that comprises a series of electronic documents and information processing software, the reference copy of which currently resides at the Internet address <>.

This publication may be copied for non-commercial, scientific uses by individuals or organizations (including for-profit organizations). wFleaBase is freely distributed to the scientific community on the understanding that it will not be used for commercial gain by any organization. Any commercial use of this publication, or any parts thereof, is expressly prohibited without permission in writing from the Daphnia Genomics Consortium.

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Information in wFleaBase is collected from several scientific sources, contributors and the scientific literature, including unrefereed sources such as abstracts, reviews, and personal communications. Users should remember that published information is not always correct information and are encouraged to use wFleaBase in this light.