We Like to Call It DNA Day | GenomeWeb

Go to the home page of Wikipedia, the online, collaborative encyclopedia that anyone can edit, and you will see that today’s featured article is about, yep, DNA! Congratulations, DNA, you’ve officially arrived. Not only are you the center of the genomics era, but you’re also headlining in Web 2.0’s celebrated new genre, the wiki.

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