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Showcasing Model Org Research

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During some of the earliest conferences I attended when I first joined Genome Technology more than four years ago, researchers would refer to some sort of rift between scientists who focused on plant and animal genomes and those who worked on the human genome. That didn’t really surprise me: in any field suddenly bathed in the media spotligh t — as genomics was in late 2000 and early 2001 — there are bound to be people who feel that their peers are getting more attention than they deserve.

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