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In our cover story last July, Genome Technology took on what was starting to become a major new trend in the systems biology field: bioterror research. As we wrote last year, more and more resources for bioterrorism, as well as the pressing need for this kind of research, contributed to lead many genomics and proteomics scientists into the burgeoning field. Not much has changed in the past year, except that the money entering the sector makes it even more appealing as the flow of funding to other, more traditional sources has slowed.

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