Did Humans Used To Have 48 Chromosomes?

Some 60 years ago, two researchers, Joe Hin Tjio and Albert Levan, discovered that the number of chromosomes (karyotype) in humans was 46 chromosomes, that is, 23 pairs and not 48 as was thought previously (1)

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