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Genetic Linkage

Gorilla Genome 2.0: Lessons for the Clinic?

April 6, 2016

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Susie lives at the Lincoln Park Zoo, in Chicago
The unveiling of a new and improved gorilla genome sequence isn’t a “first,” but the differences between it and gorGor3, from 2012, echo clinical situations that can arise when genetic information is incomplete.

First, the gorilla news.

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