NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Craig Venter’s diploid genome sequence was Time magazine’s second-most important “scientific discovery” in 2007, while an RT-PCR-based breast cancer test made by a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary was the second-most important “medical breakthrough” of the year.
 

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