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Have you ever wondered why Calico cats look the way they do? Is there a human equivalent? What does our genetic future look like?
This week we’re featuring an episode of the FUTR Podcast where our host, Kira Dineen, was invited as a guest to chat about mosaicism. We’ve touched on mosaicism on DNA Today in the past, but we really dive into it in this episode!
FUTR.tv focuses on startups, innovation, culture and the business of emerging tech with weekly podcasts featuring Chris Brandt and Sandesh Patel talking with industry leaders and deep thinkers.
On This Episode We Discuss:
The genetics of Calico cats
The recent overturn of Roe v. Wade
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