Broad and UCLA Teams Create Recombination Maps for African Americans | GenomeWeb

As an admixed population, African Americans have both African and European ancestry, and the genomes of African-American people are mosaics that reflect that dual ancestry. There are spots, or switch points, where a stretch of African ancestry genes changes to a segment of European ancestry genes, and vice versa.

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