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The tests I did with your blood came back promising, but I can't nail down the right genetic code.
Up until discoveries in 1953, science has always believed the genetic code was fixed.
As a result, each of us has a unique genetic code that typically differs in about three million nucleotides from every other person.
By PLoS Biology The genetic code of the gray, short-tailed opossum reveals insights into the evolution of the major histocompatibility complex.
Is there a possibility that the test won't be able to identify a single recognized breed from your pet's genetic code?