We find a musical ear gene

For an absolute ear for music meets a certain gene, according to scientists from the University of California at San Francisco. Musicians and singers are working to develop a musical ear for years, but there are people who have absolute pitch from birth. This quality is inherent in approximately one person in ten thousand. By assumption, Jane Gitcher from the University of California at San Francisco, for an absolute ear for music can meet one or more genes in the human DNA chain. Gitcher does not determine the exact gene, saying that more research is needed, and only points to the innate qualities such as an ear for music.

27 August 2007 | birth, development, ear, gene, man, quality, san francisco, university of california

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