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A newer dating technique using cosmogenic isotopes finds Australopithecus remains from the Sterkfontein caves to be about 1 million years older than previous estimates, potentially changing scientists’ understanding of humanity’s origins.
In several patients, treatment of bacterial lung infections with viruses called phages eliminated the infection.
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GenBank release 250.0 (6/17/2022) is now available on the NCBI FTP site. This release has 18.63 trillion bases and 2.69 billion records. The current release has 239,017,893 traditional records containing 1,395,628,631,187 base pairs of sequence data. There are also 1,796,349,114 WGS records containing 16,710,373,006,600 base pairs of sequence data, 546,991,572 bulk-oriented TSA records containing 485,056,129,761 … Continue reading GenBank Release 250.0 is available!
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As part of the NIH Comparative Genomics Resource (CGR) project, NLM’s NCBI Datasets is introducing an all-new modern experience making it easier for you to browse and download genome sequence and metadata, and navigate to tools such as the Genome Data Viewer (GDV) and BLAST. To get started, search NCBI Datasets by assembly accession (e.g., … Continue reading Introducing NLM’s new NCBI Datasets genome page!