Dutch Scientists Sequence An Individual Female DNA

May 27, 2008

Dutch scientists have confirmedc that for the first time, they have managed to sequence an individual female DNA..New York (ChattahBox) – Dutch scientists have confirmed that for the first time, they have managed to sequence an individual female DNA.

Researchers from the Leiden University Medical Center stated that the sequenced DNA came from one of their colleagues, Marjolein Kriek.

From here, they will be further looking over their DNA and analyzing their results before they publish them in a journal.

The first single individual to have a DNA sequence done was a man, and have been men ever since. This is the first time an individual female DNA was sequences.


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