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In PLOS Genetics, an international team led by investigators in Greece, the UK, Canada, and the US report on results from a search for rare genetic contributors to human hematological traits. With data from nearly 308,600 participants, the researchers looked for potential ties between more than a dozen blood-cell traits and almost 137,100 rare or splice site variants.

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