Study: Sea sponges and humans share nearly 70% of genes

08/9/2010 | Google

Sea sponges have about 70% of genes in common with human beings, most of which are linked to disease and cancer, according to Australian scientists who mapped the genes of the sea creature from the Great Barrier Reef. The discovery could aid research on cancer and stem cells in humans, the study's lead author said.

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