Gene names: the approaching end of a century-long dilemma.

  • Adam S. Wilkins
  • Published 2001 in
    BioEssays : news and reviews in molecular…
The trouble started, of course, with Thomas Hunt Morgan. Yet, it would be unfair to blame him. Who amongst us, faced with the same problem, would not have done precisely the same? Nevertheless, he began a tradition whose legacy has been nearly a century's worth of subtle confusion and misunderstanding. Morgan's problem seemed simple enough. He had to choose… CONTINUE READING