Genetic Future's Daniel MacArthur discusses the 23andMe's recent "lab mix-up [that] resulted in as many as 96 customers receiving the wrong data." In his analysis of the 23andMe announcement (accessible only to registered users), MacArthur opines that likely a single 96-well plate was affected, which "resulted in incorrect results bein

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