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Author: David E. Hill

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    • genomics: 564 (rank: 16,582 (tie) out of 28,596)
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A reference map of the human protein interactome

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Expanding the Atlas of Functional Missense Variation for Human Genes

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ORF Capture-Seq: a versatile method for targeted identification of full-length isoforms

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Towards an ″assayome″ for binary interactome mapping

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