The oldest genome ever sequenced


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Scientists at the University of Copenhagen sequenced the oldest genome yet — 700,000-year-old DNA from an ancient ancestor of the horse. The Nature Podcast explains why doing this is valuable (and, no, it’s not about creating a cloned ancient horse park) and how you go about sequencing such elderly, and thus degraded, DNA. READ THE REST


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