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In this issue we report on important papers published from May to July, highlighting breakthroughs on several important genomes, including mouse, zebrafish, Fugu and Plasmodium. Other recent papers have reported on a mechanism for genome size reduction in Arabidopsis, comparisons and verifications of large-scale protein-protein interaction datasets, developments in RNA interference approaches for mammalian systems and a solid-phase peptide tagging method for proteomics. A mathematical analysisdoi:10.1002/cfg.210 fatcat:4yem7bx62vhlhiric7gqwokory