Genetic variants on chromosomes are identified in long-studied cells

08/7/2013 | Science News

Scientists have identified the arrangement of genetic variants on the chromosomes of HeLa cells, which came from cervical cancer patient Henrietta Lacks in 1951. The study by researchers at the University of Washington aims to help scientists use the cells for more effective cancer research.

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