Sequencing for Curiosity's Sake | GenomeWeb

In response to recent suppositions reverberating in the blogosphere, Keith Robison at Omics! Omics! says that "plenty of genomes are still fair game for sequencing." In contemplating what makes a genome "interesting," Robison says that its history, evolution and development, and biochemical makeup come to mind.

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