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1 A brief history of genomics

@inproceedings{Crick20041AB,
  title={1 A brief history of genomics},
  author={Francis H. C. Crick},
  year={2004}
}
From time to time new scientific breakthroughs and technologies arise that forever change scientific practice. During the last 50 years, several advances stand out in our minds that – coupled with advances in the computational and computer sciences – have made genomic studies possible. In the brief history of genomics presented here we review the circumstances and consequences of these relatively recent technological revolutions. Our brief history begins during the years immediately following… 

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