Funny Feller

It's a bit early for April Fool's Day, but University of Oxford researcher Stephan Feller apparently couldn't wait to do a little gentle tweaking of the 'omics community with a "paper" published this week in the journal Cell Communication & Signaling (of which he happens to be the editor-in-chief.)

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