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The Genetic Strand by Edward Ball
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Mar 12, 2008

it was ok
Read in March, 2008

Too much complicated DNA information for me. If you are looking to learn what halpotypes, mtDNA, nucleotides, G-A-C-T, admixture, PCR, etc., etc. mean than you might enjoy this book. I got bogged down in the vocabulary and the intracacies of DNA testing. More of a "how-to" of DNA testing than a family story or even historical background of the development of DNA research.

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