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« on: June 01, 2012, 01:42:30 PM »

I am wondering if the failing economies are one of the reasons why SNP results (in particular for SRY2627) are not coming in with larger numbers like they were a few years ago. I can't imagine any other reason why there would be a sudden slow down. There must be more SRY2627 out there than the some 180-200 persons who have tested over an approximate 5-6 years. It seems like everything picked up around 3 years ago and the momentum has slowed considerably over the last two years.

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