New Genome Functions Pile On

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Genomics isn't just about sequencing anymore. With the cost of genome sequencing rapidly dropping, and data from sequencing projects piling up, the field of functional genomics is coming into its own. Researchers are mining that sequence data to extend their studies to mapping interactions between genes and understanding how the genome is regulated.

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