A genome may not be alone within a single body

09/19/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The human body may contain groups of cells with mutations that are not found in the rest of the body as well as genomes that came from undeveloped twins, and mothers may carry genomes from their babies, scientists say. Multiple genomes may give rise to diseases, and the findings have implications for precision medicine.

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