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In 2017, scientists created an Alzheimer’s test by sifting through data from 70,000 seniors and zooming in on 31 genetic markers associated with the disease.
One Penn State research team is studying genetic markers in hopes of pinpointing the lanternfly’s place of origin in China.
Last week, the lab provided composite drawings of what the killer likely looks like — both now and in 1991 — based on his genetic markers.
But these physical or genetic markers alone don’t tell the whole story.
Baccus also is working on the first study to determine the melanistic whitetails’ genetic markers.
Since then, researchers have found that people with genetic markers for colorblindness and a specific blood type were susceptible to manic depression.
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.
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