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DNA cracking mysteries, cold cases, but is genome sleuthing ‘unregulated wild west’?
It happens almost every week: Police reveal that DNA technology has helped them crack a decades-old case or identify an infamous serial killer like Jack the Ripper.
Scientists finally crack wheat’s absurdly complex genome
Scientists decoded the genome of rice in 2002. They completed the soybean genome in 2008. They mapped the maize genome in 2009. But only now has the long-awaited wheat genome been fully sequenced. That delay says nothing about wheat’s importance.
Novel genome platform reveals new HIV targets
Researchers from Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) have developed the first ever high-throughput, genome-scale imaging-based approach to investigate protein stability.
Elephant genome study offers surprises
The most comprehensive elephant genome study ever conducted, covering seven living and extinct species, is offering some surprises about the family tree of the world’s largest land animal while also settling a debate about Africa’s elephants.
Genome of 40,000-year-old man in China reveals complex human history
As genomic analysis technology advances, and as new genetic samples are surveyed, the human story grows ever more complicated.
World's largest autism genome database shines new light on many 'autisms'
The newest study from the Autism Speaks MSSNG project — the world's largest autism genome sequencing program — identified an additional 18 gene variations that appear to increase the risk of autism.
Scientists find new 'microprotein' hiding in human genome
Researchers at Yale University have discovered a new 'microprotein' hiding inside the human genome.
Housefly genome offers new cures for sickness
Researchers have discovered that entire genome of the common housefly could grant them new cures for human diseases.

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