Subject: Have humans enough genes to account for 6 billion individuals?
Date: Sun Jan 2 18:38:47 2000
Posted by I. Maclean
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Dartmouth State/Province: N.S.
Area of science: Genetics
Humans have about 70,000 genes most of which must code for proteins whose
structure cannot vary from person to person. Are there enough genes
remaining to account for all the variation seen between individual?
Re: Have humans enough genes to account for 6 billion individuals?
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