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John Sulston, born 1942, is an English biologist and geneticist, most well-known for the first animal genome sequencing (nematode), and winning the race to sequence the human genome, ensuring it would remain a public property legacy.
The next morning began with a brief series of howl screeches, acoustically representing the dying moments of the entrance gate hinges. Considering the gate was not even closed, let alone locked, it would be safe to say whoever they were, these were not your run of the mill guests. Not that I am suggesting guests should be allowed to run the mill.
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