South San Francisco company Exelixis annouced that they have mapped most of the genes involved in building and regulating the heart, bone, blood vessels and nerves in vertebrates. The company has not yet published its findings in scientific journals, so its claims are unverified. Full story in San Francisco Chronicle, June 18, 2001.
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