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twoday.net AGB

Yuk yuk...

Forget about the genome in today's Nature, the other articles of the special chimp issue seem a lot more interesting than the n-th partial sequencing of another mammal. The real question to me is whether we have improved the gene finding in mammalian genomes. Not that I think that the work is insignificant - but the findings in the genome papers always disappoint. We know the genome so well, what novelties are left to discover?

Btw, check this large scale clinical systems biology experiment from the Advance Online Publication pages.

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