Still seeing a triangle — Eurogenes Blog

Not a quadrangle, a triangle. The graph below is based on my new K7 model. Definitely a triangle. On a somewhat related note, it seems that comparing the coefficients from the K7 Basal-rich cluster to ElMiron affinity, as measured with double D-stats, suggests the persistence of ElMiron-specific ancestry in the Middle Neolithic and Chalcolithic Iberians,…

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New Study on Genetics of Common Type of Skin Cancer — The 23andMe Blog

With summer upon us many are hitting the beach or pool and taking in some rays. Of course we’re also slathering on sunscreen, since with sun exposure comes risk for skin cancer.In the largest-to-date study of the most common form of skin cancer, basal cell carcinoma, researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine identified 31…

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