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Genomics

African dawn

The African Genome Variation Project presents genotyping and whole-genome data from individuals across sub-Saharan Africa, giving insight into population history and guiding future genomic studies on the continent. See Article p.327

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Figure 1: African genetic diversity.

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Ramesar, R. African dawn. Nature 517, 276–277 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature14077

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