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A New Genome Map

The current human genome reference map is only one way of representing the human genome, and one that some researchers say is outdated, Technology Review reports.

Instead, researchers like the University of Utah's Gabor Marth say a graph theory-based approach that takes the genomes of hundreds or thousand of people into consideration may be a better way.

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