Study raises important question in genetic research

07/16/2009 | Calgary Herald (Alberta)

Canadian researchers have uncovered significant genetic differences between blood and tissue cells, raising questions about an earlier assumption that all human cells are the same when it comes to DNA. The finding puts in the spotlight the type of genetic research called Genome-Wide Association studies, which use DNA samples from blood to associate bits of DNA to various diseases.

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