Immunology in the post-genomic era

Where is the small academic lab left in an era of big science and systems biology? Hypothesis-driven science is not dead, and new investigative structures will mate large with small science.

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Aderem, A., Hood, L. Immunology in the post-genomic era. Nat Immunol 2, 373–375 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1038/87665

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