In also offers the general public the opportunity in this study.

In also offers the general public the opportunity in this study, the game for teaching for teaching the next generation of genetics researchers about their field. the precise genetic cause of most diseases is unknown, but thanks to Phylo gamers, this be improved significantly could be significantly improved, Dr. Alain Denise, a Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, researchers said at the University of Paris-Sud 11th.

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