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In PLoS ONE this week, Danish researchers report on their analysis of insertions and deletions in the human genome. The team sifted through published re-sequencing data in the Seattle SNPs and National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences databases to find polymorphism patterns in the human genome, comparing these with chimpanzee indels.

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