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Nature Genetics volume 33, pages 34 (2003) | Download Citation

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The publication of the draft sequence of the mouse genome creates a powerful new resource for the biomedical community. Access to the sequence will undoubtedly improve the ways in which the various reagents and tools of mouse biology are used for understanding the molecular basis for human physiology, development and disease.

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