Scientists decipher genetic code of gorillas

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Researchers in Cambridge have deciphered the genetic code of the gorilla - the last of the Great Ape genuses to be sequenced.

Writing in the journal Nature, the scientists say that researchers can now begin to examine the similarities and differences between the apes.

Pallab Ghosh reports.

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