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Unformatted text preview: e next will be based on the results of
comparative analyses that reveal the ability of
genomic sequences from unexplored phylogenetic positions to inform the interpretaNATURE | VOL 422 | 24 APRIL 2003 | www.nature.com/nature feature
Molecular probes, including small molecules and RNA-mediated interference, for
exploring basic biology and disease. Exploration of the feasibility of expanding
chemical genomics in the academic and
public sectors, particularly with regard to the
establishment of one or more centralized
facilities, will be pursued by the NHGRI in
partnership with others. tion of the human sequence and to provide
other insights. Finally, the degree to which
any new genomic sequence is completed —
finished, taken to an advanced draft stage or
lightly sampled — will be determined by
the use for which the sequence is generated.
And, of course, the NHGRI’s sequencing programme will maintain close contact with,
and take account of the plans and output
of, other sequencing programmes, as has
happened throughout the HGP.
A second data set ready for productionlevel eff...
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