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Common sense for our genomes

A personal DNA sequence is not yet practically useful. But it could be, argues Steven E. Brenner, if we had the right resources available to interpret genomes.

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Brenner, S. Common sense for our genomes. Nature 449, 783–784 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/449783a

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