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Gil Alterovitz, a research fellow at Harvard Medical School, has used proteomic data and mathematical modeling to develop a computer program that translates protein and gene expression into music. In his music, health is distinguished from disease by harmony. Alterovitz studied protein networks in colon cancer data, and found four key ones that he then assigned a note to.

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