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In PNAS this week: adzuki bean genome, spontaneous mutation patterns in E. coli, and more.
An op-ed in the New York Times discusses banking of fecal samples to restore the gut microbiome.
Rules and regulations governing genetic modifications of human embryos vary from country to country, Nature News says, but such work may take place despite restrictions.
Ancestry.com is eyeing an expansion into genomic risk assessments, the Verge reports.