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The Function Hunters

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There was just one problem at all the parties, press conferences, and publications celebrating the completion of the Human Genome Project (again and again and again) — and that problem was the sinking feeling in the pit of scientists’ stomachs as they realized that, even though they’d achieved their goal of sequencing the human genome, they weren’t necessarily all that much closer to understanding what any of it meant.

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