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    Double them all?
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Saturday, July 14, 2001
    Submitter If assembled EST's show that the number of human genes is some 60,000, double of what was estimated by other methods, then they may show that the other organisms also have double the number of genes. Perhaps nematodes have 40,000, and fruit flies have 25,000? Then, humans are STILL only "a little more complex than worms and flies"! :-)
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