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Derek Lowe at In the Pipeline has a retrospective on "the genomics craze in the drug industry," which he says hit its peak 10 years ago. "The big splash of cold water, at least as I remember it, was when the Human Genome Project folks announced the total number of human genes, and it came in way below what some people had been estimating – like, ten times less," he writes.

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