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The ENCODE project: lessons for scientific publication

The ENCODE Project has this week released the results of its massive foray into exploring the function of the non-protein-coding regions of the human genome. This is a tremendous scientific achievement, and is receiving plenty of well-deserved press coverage; for particularly thorough summaries see Ed Yong’s excellent post at Discover and Brendan Maher at Nature. I’m not going to spend time here recounting the project’s scientific merit – suffice it to say that the project’s analyses have already...
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Hi my name is Mike Gene and I forgot to add my bio. Next time you see me remind me to update my bio information.

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