HapMap Consortium Publishes 'Phase II' Genetic Variation Map with 3M SNPs | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The International HapMap Consortium this week published a new version of its map of human genetic variation, which includes more than 3.1 million SNPs -- three times more than the initial version of the map published in 2005.

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