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Genomic study of high school students from Denmark reveals remarkable genetic homogeneity

(Genetics Society of America) People from all across Denmark are genetically similar to each other report researchers in the journal GENETICS, a publication of the Genetics Society of America. Eight hundred Danish high school students contributed DNA to the 'Where Are You From?' project, and the data were used to decode population-wide patterns of genetic variation. The study revealed that, in genetic terms, Denmark has a relatively homogeneous population as people have mixed freely across the country.
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