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What’s in a Gene Name: Mapping the Language of the Human Genome
The Scientist
  • Carol Reeves, Butler University
Document Type
Editorial
Publication Date
2-28-2005
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Abstract
If you thought the hard work of sequencing the human genome was complete, think again. Just ask Human Genome Organization nomenclature committee (HGNC) chair Sue Povey, of London's Galton Institute Laboratory. "The major effort of our group is now an attempt to make the human genome data more human-friendly!" exclaims Povey on her Web site.1
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Carol Reeves. "What’s in a Gene Name: Mapping the Language of the Human Genome" The Scientist (2005)
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