Scientists Have Finished Sequencing the Human Genome. Again.

by Jessica Hall

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Sequencing an entirely complete human genome has been the work of decades. Twenty years ago, the Human Genome Project (HGP) declared their work finished, with an asterisk. Even a decade later, fully eight percent of the genome —…

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