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Edited by: Paul Smaglik S.C. Chandrasekharappa, S.C. Guru, P. Manickam, S. Olufemi, F.S. Collins, M.R. Emmert-Buck, L.V. Deblenko, Z. Zhuang, I.A. Lubensky, L.A. Liotta, J.S. Crabtree, Y. Wang, B.A. Roe, J. Weisemann, M. Boguski, S.K. Agarwal, M.B. Kester, Y.S. Kim, C. Heppner, Q. Dong, A.M. Spiegel, A.L. Burns, S.J. Marx, "Positional cloning of the gene for Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia-Type I," Science, 276:404-7, 1997. (Cited in more than 200 papers since publication) Francis S. Collins C

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Edited by: Paul Smaglik
S.C. Chandrasekharappa, S.C. Guru, P. Manickam, S. Olufemi, F.S. Collins, M.R. Emmert-Buck, L.V. Deblenko, Z. Zhuang, I.A. Lubensky, L.A. Liotta, J.S. Crabtree, Y. Wang, B.A. Roe, J. Weisemann, M. Boguski, S.K. Agarwal, M.B. Kester, Y.S. Kim, C. Heppner, Q. Dong, A.M. Spiegel, A.L. Burns, S.J. Marx, "Positional cloning of the gene for Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia-Type I," Science, 276:404-7, 1997. (Cited in more than 200 papers since publication)


Francis S. Collins
Comments by Francis S. Collins, director of the National Human Genetics Research Institute (NHGRI), Settara C. Chandrasekharappa, staff scientist at the genetics and molecular biology branch at the NHGRI, Allen M. Spiegel, director of intramural research at the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), and Stephen J. Marx, chief of the genetics and endocrinology section of the metabolic diseases branch at NIDDK

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