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Next-Gen DNA Kits

■ If you could buy a human at Ikea, its genome would be the detailed assembly directions in the box. And I mean —approximately three billion bits of instruction written with just four letters (ACGT). Once assembled, humans are 99.9 percent genetically identical. But that rogue 0.1 percent—think of it as the pieces left over from any Ikea project—is what makes the finished product unique. It’s what’s responsible for all our

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