This Week in Nature Genetics | GenomeWeb

In Nature Genetics this week, two papers highlight some interesting genomics handiwork. In one, Howard Hughes researchers at the University of Utah have devised a cheap, efficient method for creating and then breeding large-scale, genome-wide deletions and duplications in mice.

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