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In Nature this week, the cover story is an editorial headlined "The human genome at 10." In it, the journal looks back at the efforts of the Human Genome Project and Celera Genomics — which jointly announced their complete sequences in June 2000 — and conjures a prospective view of what's to come in the post-genome decade. "For many scientists, the chronicle of that first decade is an intensely personal one," the editorial says.

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