A Different Kind of Gene Mapping: Comparing Genetic and Geographic Structure in Europe: The Return!

September 03, 2008
By Chris Gignoux and Brenna Henn Early human history was characterized by many rapid, long-distance migrations. But despite our beginnings as travelers, genetic evidence published online last Sunday in Nature...
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A Different Kind of Gene Mapping: Comparing Genetic and Geographic Structure in Europe

August 13, 2008
By Chris Gignoux and Mike Macpherson It should be no surprise that in general, we are more genetically similar to our neighbors than to people living far away. The reason...
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Benvinguts a Barcelona: Part 3 of 3

July 03, 2008
Last month I had the opportunity to go to the Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution conference in the striking city of Barcelona. This is the premiere conference for geneticists...
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Benvinguts a Barcelona: Part 2

July 01, 2008
Last month I had the opportunity to go to the Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution conference in the striking city of Barcelona. This is the premiere conference for geneticists...
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Benvinguts a Barcelona: Notes from the 2008 Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution Conference

June 27, 2008
This month I had the opportunity to go to the Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution conference in the striking city of Barcelona. This is the premiere conference for geneticists...
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