HONOLULU (GenomeWeb News) – An international research team has started an in-depth study of Kalahari Bushmen genetics, Pennsylvania State University biochemistry and molecular biology researcher Stephan Schuster reported at the American Society of Human Genetics meeting here on Friday.

The Bushman Genome Project is an international effort aimed at bringing together detailed genetic, individual, and family information for individuals from the San, or "Bushmen", population, a click-speaking, hunter-gatherer population in and around the Kalahari Desert in southern Africa.

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