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After 20 years, the human genome is (almost) complete — here’s what’s left to do – The Next Web

The release of the draft human genome sequence in 2001 was a seismic moment in our understanding of the human genome and paved…

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The release of the draft human genome sequence in 2001 was a seismic moment in our understanding of the human genome and paved the way for advances in our understanding of the genomic basis of human biology and disease.
But sections were left unsequenced,…

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