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India completes first human genome map

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India's Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has sequenced the entire genome of an unidentified 52-year old healthy Indian male. The effort puts the country on a par with others such as the US, China, Canada, the UK and South Korea, which have in the past mapped the human genetic code.

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