SNPtech With PGx in its Sights, Is NIH the Newest Drug Developer? | GenomeWeb

Before the advent of laser-guided missiles, battle ships were equipped with cannons that weighed 2,000 tons and required dozens of sailors to muscle them toward their target. The National Human Genome Research Institute, as it transitions from sequencing genes to understanding how they work, moves in much the same lumbering way — though without the sailors.

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