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bacterial genes in human genome?

 
  May, 22 2001 0:35
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More extensive analysis casts doubt on portion of the public project's human genome paper


New findings do not support a recent analysis of the rough draft of the human genome that suggests that bacterial genes have been laterally transferred into the human genome.

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Sharon Dukes
sdukes@tigr.org
301-610-5969
The Institute for Genomic Research


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