The completion of the draft human genome sequence was announced ten years ago. Nature's survey of life scientists reveals that biology will never be the same again. Declan Butler reports.
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Survey work was aided by Sara Grimme.
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Butler, D. Human genome at ten: Science after the sequence. Nature 465, 1000–1001 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/4651000a
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