Korean Genome Center Creates Novel Ethnic DNA Chip | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb. 14 - The Korean Center for Functional Analysis of the Human Genome has produced a DNA chip specialized for genes derived from stomach tissues of Koreans, according to a story in a Korean newspaper on Wednesday.

 

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