Great Ape Phenome Project?

@article{Varki1998GreatAP,
  title={Great Ape Phenome Project?},
  author={Ajit Varki and Christopher Wills and David D. Perlmutter and David Woodruff and Fred H. Gage and James J. Moore and Katerina Semendeferi and Kurt L. Benirschke and Robert Katzman. and Russell Doolittle and Theodore Bullock},
  journal={Science},
  year={1998},
  volume={282},
  pages={239 - 239}
}
We applaud the notion recently highlighted by Ann Gibbons (News Focus, 4 Sept., p. [1433][1]) about “Pushing a primate genome project.” There is much to be learned by comparing human genomic sequences with those of other primates, particularly those of our closest evolutionary cousins, the great apes. This information can also be obtained by noninvasive methods that would not harm these individuals. However, part of the value of the Human Genome Project lies in interpreting genomic data in the… 
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