… Since 2009 , a lot of water has flowed under the bridge and even more budget money — but finding traces of decoding the “Russian genome” in scientific publications is so far as difficult as looking for a black cat in a dark room.
An article published in Science Direct in January of this year under the heading “Genome-wide sequence analyses of ethnic populations across Russia” says literally the following:
The Russian Federation is the largest and one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world, however no centralized reference database of genetic variation exists to date. Such data are crucial for medical genetics and essential for studying population history. The Genome Russia Project aims at filling this gap by performing whole genome sequencing and analysis of peoples of the Russian Federation… Population genetics analyses revealed six phylogeographic partitions among ethnic groups"
But farther, when we try to follow the link to “genetic variants”, for some reason we get… on “Genomics in the common carp” and 'Marine Ecosystems" (??!)
Inevitably, the question arises: what damn them is Putin’s daughter doing under the roof of Kurchatov Institute, which is roof under “Putin’s favorite physicist” - only by money laundering or genetic experiments in the style of “Doctor Moreau"?