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Tackling complexity

Many traits, including susceptibilities to some diseases, are under complex genetic control. A new way of analysing the mouse genome will be a great help in understanding the interactions involved.

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Nadeau, J. Tackling complexity. Nature 420, 517–518 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1038/420517a

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