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Date:4/23/2009

of meanness, and little human beings of about 100 pounds were able to capture and breed them and tame them."

And there is knowledge even beyond that.

"If you compare the human genome to that of rodents, dogs and now cattle, we can see that there are 1,000 genes that are shared between rodents, dogs and cattle but missing from the human genome," Payseur said. "Those could be mistakes in the human genome sequence but a more interesting possibility is that those genes are telling us something about what it means to be human."

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Visit the U.S. National Human Genome Research Institute for more on genomic sequencing.



SOURCES: Kim C. Worley, Ph.D., associate professor, Human Genome Sequencing Center, department of molecular and human genetics, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston; Bret Payseur, Ph.D., assistant professor, medical genetics, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Jeremy Taylor, Ph.D., Wurdack Chair in Animal Genomics, University of Missouri, Columbia; April 24, 2009, Science


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