Good Genes: Genome Research has Broad Applications for Horse Health

Research into the equine genome is revealing the tiny source of many big problems affecting horses. Scientists received a whole new set of tools when the first version of the equine DNA sequence--the genetic code of horses, arranged into the correct position--was unveiled in February 2007. With these tools they can better understand the physiology of the horse, and they're better equipped to

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