Blaine Bettinger is awaiting the "genetic genealogy revolution." In his blog, he says that a new paper from the American Journal of Human Genetics takes the first steps toward that goal. Researchers led by Stephen Guthery studied SNPs in four different American populations and found that one population, African-Americans, had common SNPs that were not frequently found in the other populations.
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Sep 04, 2007