Tracie Harris

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A 29-year-old Mexican man was admitted to the hospital with fever, cough, sore throat, and red, tender leg nodules suggestive of erythema nodosum (Fig. 1). The white blood cell count was 35,000. Several days later, annular plaques and pustules developed on his face, neck, and forearms (Figs. 2 and 3). Facial skin biopsy showed neutrophilic dermatitis(More)
Don't tell anyone but despite all the razzmatazz the human genome sequence is not complete. In fact it is only a 'working' draft. There is a great deal more work to be done to obtain a complete view of the human genome as the sequences of only two human chromosomes — 21 and 22 — are effectively in the same state as the other genomes that have been sequenced(More)
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