NEW YORK, April 19 - Lexicon Genetics unveiled a new plan Thursday to determine the in vivo function of 1,000 genes per year for the next five years.

The company plans to find the functions of 5,000 genes, approximately the number of drug targets many scientists believe are encoded in the human genome by 2006, Arthur Sands, Lexicon's CEO, said in a statement.

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