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Scientific American, April 2002

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This month's cover story takes us beyond recent developments in genome research. The next step involves proteins and reporter Carol Ezzell calls Proteomics the "new, new thing" in her story. "Proteins Rule." Also in this edition of Scientific American for May 2002: computer scientists are developing systems to enhance how you view the world, the end of bad breath?, what it costs to go green, and more.
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