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Archive - Dec 2, 2006

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Submitted by Project Syndicate on December 2, 2006 - 7:36am.
Your Genes or Mine, How Different Are We?

"Studies showed that there are hundreds of regions of the genome that could have more or less than the expected two copies. This alerted scientists to the existence of a larger source of genetic variation than was previously understood, and forced us to speculate on the implications of this discovery.": Jennifer L. Freeman and Charles Lee

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Submitted by admin on December 2, 2006 - 7:34am.
Charles Lee
Charles Lee
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Submitted by admin on December 2, 2006 - 7:33am.
Jennifer L. Freeman
Jennifer L. Freeman
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