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March 24, 2014 | In a paper in PLOS Genetics, researchers showed how 24 gene variants could construct crude 3-D models of a face. The researchers started with 592 volunteers and looked at genes thought to be involved in facial development. Nature News
Editor's Note: For more on anonymity in the genomic age and the latest in models individuals based on their DNA, see the Thursday keynote session at the 2014 Bio-IT World Conference and Expo. 
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