What I want to know is, which human?
We all have a different genome, yes? And they certainly haven't sequenced me. So, what have they done - sequenced one person? Would this be useful? Probably not - the useful information must surely lie in the differences between people's individual genomes.
So surely they must have sequenced a number of people.Posted to Science and technology by Simon Brunning at April 15, 2003 04:39 PM