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The Human Genome in 3D, at Your Fingertips

Science  25 Oct 2002:
Vol. 298, Issue 5594, pp. 737
DOI: 10.1126/science.298.5594.737

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AMSTERDAM-- Even the most seasoned experts are daunted by the mountains of human genome data churned out by sequencing and microarray technologies. Now swishing through thickets of genes with a "light saber" in a virtual-reality room called Saragene could become a straightforward--and fun--way to make sense of the flood of genome data. The system could become available widely within a year.