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Fossils of ancient chromosomes found for the first time in 52,000-year-old woolly mammoth skin

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A piece of woolly mammoth skin excavated from permafrost has been found to contain fossilized chromosomes, making it possible to assemble the genome of extinct species, scientists say.

A piece of woolly mammoth skin excavated from permafrost has been found to contain fossilized chromosomes, making it possible to assemble the genome of extinct species, scientists say.

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About 40% of new cancer cases among adults ages 30 and older in the United States — and nearly half of deaths — could be attributed to preventable risk factors, according to a new study from the American Cancer Society.About 40% of new cancer cases among adults ages 30 and older in the United States — and nearly half of deaths — could be attributed to preventable risk factors, according to a […]

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