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Researchers Identify the Genome's Controlling Elements
19 September 2004
Scientists have churned out genome sequences for everything from fungi to dogs to chimps, and they won't be letting up any time soon. However, because a genome sequence is little more than a static list of chemicals-like, say, a parts list for a 747 airplane-scientists are increasingly turning their attention to figuring out how living organisms put their genes to work.