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was involved in some of the initial research on the importance and function of HIV coreceptors.

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As a graduate student in 1996, Benjamin Doranz was involved in some of the initial research on the importance and function of HIV coreceptors. He also learned that as much as he thought he knew about science, research can be far removed from biomedical treatments and solutions. He co-founded Integral Molecular Inc., and on page 40, he writes about why the kind of business training he's received is valuable to scientists both in and out of the lab.

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Alison McCook studied science journalism at New York University, and has written for Reuters Health, Scientific American, Discover, and The Lancet, among other publications. On page 14, she writes about the growing momentum to provide a genome-scale map of the human interactome. "It was really exciting to research what felt like one of biology's next frontiers, the human interactome, which appears to recruit more investigators by the...

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