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More on the dog genome

Following up on Mark Derr's previous post ... here are some of stories on this topic in today's major news outlets (some sites may need log-ins; find them here):

Genetic map of dog may help humans, L.A. Times

Team of scientists maps out 99% of dog genome, Boston Globe

Dog's genome could provide clues to disorders in humans, New York Times

In dog genome, scientists see man's best hope, Washington Post

Man's best friend shares most genes with humans, San Francisco Chronicle

Genetic secrets of man's best friend revealed, Scientific American

Tasha offers up the genetic secrets of man's best friend, Telegraph (U.K.)

Dog genome mapped, shows similarities to humans, National Geographic

And, of course, the piece from the journal Nature, but you'll need a subscription for that.

December 8, 2005 in Science | Permalink

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