SA gene genies in giant leap for mankind (its African branch, at least)


Thirteen South African scientists were part of an international team that has sequenced 426 genomes from across Africa.

The massive genetic diversity they discovered provides a baseline for future research into areas such as precision medicine, population history and environmental adaptation...

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