Many studies focusing on human disease have employed use non-human primate (NHP) or mamalian animal subjects, such as Rhesus monkeys and mice, respectively. Other organisms, however, have genes comparable to those of people and the utility of their genomes being mapped for similar studies can be unfortunatey overlooked. By observing zebrafish, genetic information crucial to the underlying mechanism of Native American myopathy has been gained. What major limitations do the original researchers account for (original article citation is included at the bottom)? Are their conclusions fairly and accurately summarized by Science Daily?