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DNA unraveled

A 'scientific revolution' is taking place, as researchers explore the genomic jungle

By Colin Nickerson
Globe Staff / September 24, 2007

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The science of life is undergoing changes so jolting that even its top researchers are feeling something akin to shell-shock. Just four years after scientists finished mapping the human genome - the full sequence of 3 billion DNA "letters" folded within every cell - they find themselves confronted by a biological jungle deeper, denser, and more difficult to penetrate than ... (Full article: 1848 words)

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