Published in Blood Weekly, July 22nd, 2004
According to recent research published in the journal Reviews in Medical Virology, "A small DNA virus, named JC virus (JCV) and belonging to the Polyomaviridae, is attracting the attention of anthropologists worldwide, as JCV genotyping appears to be a novel means of elucidating human migrations and the origins of various ethnic groups."
"The basic properties of JCV, the regional distributions of JCV genotypes, and the phylogenetic relationships among various JCV genotypes are described.
"Then," said Y. Yogo and colleagues, "a study is...
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