McLEAN, Va., April 4 - The future of the Joint Genome Institute of the Department of Energy lies in proteomics, not genomics, Trevor Hawkins, the JGI's director, said Wednesday. 

"We're developing a large effort in proteomics," Hawkins told GenomeWeb in an interview during the first meeting of the Human Proteome Organization. "Sequencing is our core strength but not our future."

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