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CORRECTION: Nov 23, 2001

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CORRECTION: In the November 16, 2001 issue of BioArray News, the Ithaca, NY, company Gene Network Sciences was erroneously referred to as Gene Network Systems, both in the chart on page 5 and in the story that began on page 4. BioArray News sincerely regrets this inaccuracy. More information about the company can be found through its website, www.gnsbiotech.com.

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