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The formulation of this vision could not have happened without the
thoughtful and dedicated contributions of a large number of
people. The authors were greatly assisted by Kathy Hudson, Elke
Jordan, Susan Vasquez, Kris Wetterstrand, Darryl Leja and Robert
Nussbaum. A subcommittee of the National Advisory Council for
Human Genome Research, including Wylie Burke, William Gelbart,
Eric Juengst, Maynard Olson, Robert Tepper and David Valle,
provided a critical sounding board for draft versions of this
document. We also thank Aravinda Chakravarti, Ellen Wright
Clayton, Raynard Kington, Eric Lander, Richard Lifton and Sharon
Terry for serving as working-group chairs at the meeting in
November 2002 that refined this document. Finally, we thank the
hundreds of individuals who participated as workshop planners
and/or participants during this 18-month process. 847...
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