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From: "Ruth Cattles Cottrell" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Brigham Young's on the Trail of DNA Tales.
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 22:24:35 -0500
References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <3B4BD00B.ABA075BC@mlode.com>
Does all this mean that sometime in the future those of us who have
contributed blood to the Brigham Young study will actually be able to see
our own information? I was not given any type of code # when I gave blood
last year in Dallas. I understood at the time that we would not be able to
identify our own information.
Anyone have any info on how this will work?
> This is VERY interesting. If any of you have problems getting the
> article let me know, I copied it. Have just emailed my SC person at BYU
> to verify this surprising event but the article claims they are using
> 250 markers!
> Maybe this is why they insist upon blood!
> Remember my note not to standardize too soon and suggested maybe
> hundreds of markers for better resolution????? But then, it could have
> been a typo - - - Oh well.
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