The Story's Not Over Yet | GenomeWeb

The story of the human genome didn't end on June 26, 2000 or on April 14, 2003, says Francis Collins in a Scientific American guest blog. This particular story has no ending, he adds, but is "an epic drama being played out year after year" with new chapters, sequels, and volumes being added all the time.

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