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Ross Hardison in a minireview on a paper in BMC Biology explains how platypus genomics changes our view of globin gene evolution, and Daniel Pomp and Karen Mohlke discuss the contribution of a paper published in BMC Genetics to the quest for genes predisposing to obesity.
Expression profiling of human tissues BMC Biology 2008, 6:49
The biological function of ubiquitously-expressed house-keeping and tissue-specific genes is consistent with tissue origin and tissue signature networks promise to be a rich source of targets for disease treatment and diagnosis.