USC researcher Dr Steven Gazal and his team have identified human genome base pairs that have remained constant over millions of years of mammalian evolution. These base pairs are linked to human disease. Using DNA from 240 mammal species, they identified genetic variations affecting an individual's survival and reproduction.
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