Genetic diversity

 
Scientists map African genetics to learn more about diseases
Scientists map African genetics to learn more about diseases
Scientists have made the most comprehensive map yet of African genetic variation and say it should help them learn more about the role genes play...
Baby, make those genes talk
Baby, make those genes talk
You will respond to medication differently to the person sitting next to you. A friend of a different race may be more susceptible to diabetes than...
SA lights a torch in the genomic revolution
SA lights a torch in the genomic revolution
"Africa should not be neglected in the genomic revolution," Michele Ramsay, chairperson of the South Africa Society for Human Genetics,...
Tutu's genome sequenced as part of genetic study
Tutu's genome sequenced as part of genetic study
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has become the latest prominent figure to have his full genome deciphered, scientists revealed on Wednesday.

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