The US Fish and Wildlife Service may take gray wolves off the endangered species list this fall. But new genomic evidence suggests the agency’s reasoning may be flawed.
It has been said that the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Functional genomicists took that proverbial step earlier this month when a group led by Erich Wanker, of Berlin?s Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine, reported the first yeast two-hybrid-derived human interactome (or protein-protein interaction) network in the September 1 online issue of Cell. Wanker was one of three researchers working on a first draft human interactome identified by Alison McCook in our
September 13, 2005|