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Looking for the top ten "most wanted" human genes

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Old 12-03-2004, 02:07 PM
Georg Fuellen
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Dear All,
Which are the top ten "most wanted" genes that have not yet been
located in the human genome ? That is, genes known from other
primates/mammalia/vertebrates that should be there but could not be found ?
Or, missing genes that correspond to enzyme activities that are nevertheless
observed in human ?
For a planned review, I'm preparing such a list, to be put on the web at
[Only registered users see links. ]
unless such a list exists already (does it?)
Best Wishes,
Georg Fuellen
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