Room to Improve: GT and MIT | GenomeWeb

Room to Improve: GT and MIT

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First, many thanks for the terrific April issue. I loved the articles about Jim Kent, Marcie McClure, and Lynx. Your timely coverage of the people and companies integral to today’s genomics is always infused with common sense and good humor. I have learned to look forward to every issue of GT!

I would like to point out a couple of drawbacks in other articles, in the hope that I am helping to make future issues even better.

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