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If you’ve read any of the many stories lately about Craig Venter or Jim Watson’s genome, you’ve probably seen a “SNP” appear somewhere. (If you haven’t read any of the stories, CNN has one here, and my fellow bloggers have posted several here, here, here, here, here, and here.) You may be wondering, and rightly…
“Come quickly, Watson,” said Sherlock Holmes, “I’ve been asked to review a mysterious sequence, whose importance I’m only now beginning to comprehend.” The unidentified stranger handed Holmes a piece of paper inscribed with symbols and said it was a map of unparalleled value.