Lander Defends HGP s Horizontal Gene Transfer Theory | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, March 29 – Eric Lander, director of the Center for Genome Research at MIT's Whitehead Institute, on Thursday defended the Human Genome Project's assertion that a few hundred genes appearing in the human genome were horizontally transferred from bacteria to a vertebrate ancestor. 

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