The genomic heritage of French Canadians

July 16, 2012 at 9:06 am Leave a comment

Interesting blog post today on Discover entitled The Genomic Heritage of French Canadians. The post talks about the fact that an excess of ethnically distinctive Mendelian disorders within the French Canadian population coupled with copious genealogical records makes for some very interesting genetic epidemiological studies.

For more information clink: The Genomic Heritage of French Canadians

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