New York’s rat population has genetically diverged into "uptown" and "downtown" subspecies

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Matthew Combs, a Fordham University Louis Calder Center Biological Field Station grad student worked with colleagues from Fordham and the Providence College Department of Biology to sequence the genomes of brown rats in Manhattan, and made a surprising discovery: the geography of rats has a genetic correlation, so a geneticist can tell where a rat was born and raised by analyzing its DNA. (more…)

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New York’s rat population has genetically diverged into "uptown" and "downtown" subspecies

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