Personal Genomes Could Soon Be Public Information

Personal Genomes Could Soon Be Public Information

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Anyone who’s generously given their DNA to genomic research under the assumption that their personal biological code would be kept confidential might be in for a surprise. The Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research’s Yaniv Erlich and his colleagues were able to connect “anonymous” DNA with specific individuals using just an Internet connection and other publicly available information.

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