Consortium biology in immunology: The perspective from the Immunological Genome Project

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Benoist, C; Lanier, L; Merad, M; Mathis, D; Ericson, J; Painter, M; Davis, S; Laplace, C; Hyatt, G; Paik, H; Rothamel, K; Cruse, R; Doran, G; Heng, T; Asinovski, N; Ortiz-Lopes, A; Ergun, A; Gray, D; Wakamatsu, E; Hill, J; Mingueneau, M; Cipolletta, D; Yoshida, H; Cohen, N; Kim, E; Brennan, P; Lynch, L; Brenner, M; Costello, J; Collins, JJ; ... view all 90 authors
  • Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
  • Subject: Immunological Genome Project | Animals | Humans | Biology | Genomics | Immunogenetics | Allergy and Immunology | Science | Research

Although the field has a long collaborative tradition, immunology has made less use than genetics of 'consortium biology', wherein groups of investigators together tackle large integrated questions or problems. However, immunology is naturally suited to large-scale inte... View more
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