• 1000 Genomes Project Gives New Map of Genetic Diversity

    The 1000 Genomes Project has produced a compendium of millions of previously unknown single-nucleotide polymorphisms and other variants, described in work published this week. A second analysis in this week's issue of Science describes an approach for determining another aspect of genetic variation that arises when genes and other stretches of DNA are duplicated.

  • Widespread Divergence Between Incipient Anopheles gambiae Species Revealed by Whole Genome Sequences

    Gene flow among African malaria vectors is more restricted than previously thought.

  • SNP Genotyping Defines Complex Gene-Flow Boundaries Among African Malaria Vector Mosquitoes

    Populations of African malaria vectors show signs of selective sweeps and ongoing speciation in their genomes.

  • IDH2 Mutations in Patients with d-2-Hydroxyglutaric Aciduria

    A mutation that changes the specificity of an enzyme in human cancer is also found in an inherited metabolic disorder.

  • From Science's Online Daily News Site

    ScienceNOW reported this week on the biggest genome ever, possible building blocks of life in Titan's atmosphere, how volcanoes feed plankton, and a new genetic analysis that suggests that thoroughbred foremothers hailed from Ireland and Britain, among other stories.

  • Sequencing of Culex quinquefasciatus Establishes a Platform for Mosquito Comparative Genomics

    The genome of a third mosquito species reveals distinctions related to vector capacities and habitat preferences.

  • Mitotic Recombination in Patients with Ichthyosis Causes Reversion of Dominant Mutations in KRT10

    Patches of normal skin in patients with a rare skin disorder are due to cells that have lost the disease-causing mutation.

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