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Landmark Study: Sequencing of 64 Full Human Genomes to Better Capture Genetic Diversity – SciTechDaily

64 Human Genomes Sequenced Will Serve as New Reference for Genetic Variation and Predisposition to Human Diseases Researchers at the University of Maryland School…

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64 Human Genomes Sequenced Will Serve as New Reference for Genetic Variation and Predisposition to Human Diseases
Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) co-authored a study, published today in the journal Science, that details the sequencing of 64 full human genomes. This reference data includes individuals from around the world and better captures the genetic diversity of the human species. Among other applications, the work will enable…

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