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Human Genome Turns 10
http://hms.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/hms_episode11.mp3

 

A draft sequence of the human genome was first published in 2001. Ten years later, David Altshuler, Harvard Medical School professor of genetics, discusses how the Human Genome Project has changed the landscape of biomedical research. Plus, a study by HMS Professor of Neurobiology Qiufu Ma sheds light on the relationship between itch and pain. Image by Clix/stock.xchng.

This is episode 11 of the Harvard Medical Labcast. Subscribe through iTunes or by adding this URL to your feed reader.

 

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