Vermin Close In On Mankind: Rodent Genomes Near the Finish Line | GenomeWeb

BOSTON, Oct. 4-They may be unpopular among ordinary Bostonians, but vermin were the superstars of this morning's session of the Genome Sequencing and Analysis Conference.

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