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Are We Post-Genomic Yet?


Uh-oh. Here comes the buzz. Genomics is over, finished, kaput. Proteomics is the happening thing. Time to reprogram our marketing-speak. Genes? What were we thinking? Useless. Who cares? Aah, but proteins. Now there’s a real project. No more of this namby-pamby one-dimensional stuff. Wait, where’s my coffee?

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