From blood to the Net: genetic testing comes of age

Genetic testing in some form goes back to 1960 when the first chromosomal tests were carried out on the blood of people with Down's syndrome. Natal chromosome analysis was possible, but it was another 10 years before the first DNA tests were carried out to diagnose a range of blood ...

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