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Keith Robison, lead senior scientist at Infinity Pharmaceuticals and Omics! Omics! blogger, loves citrus. In a recent post, he discusses his anticipation for the completion of the citrus genome project at the Department of Energy’s Joint Genome Institute. “What I’d really like is to have the genetic blueprint for all those wonderful flavors…” Robison writes.

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