Researchers Publish Detailed Analysis of Y Chromosome Sequence | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 20 - Large chunks of the Y chromosome read the same forward and backwards, providing it with a mechanism to maintain intact without a partner. This is just one result from two extensive analyses of the Y chromosome sequence, published yesterday in the journal Nature.

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