In a typical MyGene.info query, you can query genes for one or multiple species by providing a "species" parameter:
MyGene.info now allows you to query genes at the level beyond species, that is, you can now query for matching genes for any given genus, family, or even phylum from the taxonomy tree (effectively any node from the tree). For example, you can now query for "lytic e
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