What's next

 作者:徐城     |      日期:2019-03-07 07:05:01
By Andy Coghlan Joanna Marchant “It’s a history book, a shop manual and, most importantly, a textbook of medicine,” says Francis Collins, head of genome research at the National Institutes of Health near Washington DC. “But it’s written in a language we don’t quite understand yet.” “The sequence is only the first level of understanding of the genome,” Craig Venter says. “The next steps are clear. We must define the complexity that ensues when this relatively modest set of about 30,000 genes is expressed.” As the genome has been assembled,