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Stuff read over the weekend…

Just a few links for your reading pleasure from the last week.

While the mainstream news is reporting on the demise (redefinition) of the ‘gene‘, some high schools kids are doing amazing things with ‘genes.’

Oh, and if, like us, you can’t wait till the annual NAR database is published officially, you can always check out the advanced online publication of the articles to find new and updated databases (like the SpBase, sea urchin, database that went public earlier this year and SuperToxic, a database of over 60,000 toxic compounds) and genome resources! :D