January 10, 2010

"I can only give you everything."

Just one sentence from "
Opportunities for Research and NIH" by Dr. Francis S. Colllins, Director of the National Institutes of Health, in this week's issue of Science:
"The revolution now sweeping the field is the ability to be comprehensive – for example, to define all of the genes of the human or a model organism, all of the human proteins and their structures, all of the common variations in the genome, all of the major pathways for signal transduction in the cell, all of the patterns of gene expression in the brain, all of the steps involved in early development, or all of the components of the immune system."
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