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The discovery of genetic markers could help women and their doctors track and predict fertility decline as they age, according to that study.
In 2012, a separate team of scientists identified genetic markers in white and black women of reproductive age that were associated with FSH levels.
Some of the earliest and most common genetic markers for domestication involve changes in the endocrine system that make an animal less fearful of humans.
As leading breast cancer researchers move toward precision medicine—informed by factors like family histories and genetic markers—when and even how to screen women is becoming more of a case-by-case decision now than ever before.
In this case, researchers traced a genetic marker for the splotchy tabby fur color.
Of the genetic markers that have been shown to exist in individual tribes so far, none is exclusive.
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