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The Big Picture

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Though genomics research can give a big picture of what's happening at the level of an organism, that work is only the beginning of answering real biological questions. Finding location, structure, spatial relationships, and mechanism of action is the next step in actually solving these problems. And to do that, more and more scientists are using high-throughput imaging techniques to complement data from large-scale biological experiments.

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