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Africa contains the greatest levels of human genetic variation and is the source of the worldwide range expansion of all modern humans. However, relatively little is known about genomic variation in ethnically diverse African populations. Knowledge of genetic structure within Africa has important implications for the design and implementation of disease(More)
  • Jeff Morris, Jim Willis, Kathryn Gallagher, Dennis Utterback, Barbara Karn, Nora Savage +56 others
  • 2007
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