Is Ethnicity No Longer the Third Rail of Genetics? Ethnically Linked Markers and DNAPrints Dxs | GenomeWeb

With a small grant from the US National Institutes of Health, DNAPrint Genetics and Senecio Software plan to develop ancestry-divining services and sell them to demographers and other social scientists.

Once it completes and perfects the software behind its technology, DNAPrint also hopes to use those assets and its “biogeographical origin” database to use admixture mapping to identify drug-response genes, along with potential drug responders.

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