News - Red-Hot Research Papers of 2010
Science Watch takes its annual look back at the hottest papers of 2010.
Navigate to the bottom of the linked page below and click on the tab "THE RED-HOT RESEARCH PAPERS OF 2010" and find the papers published during 2010 (excluding reviews) that were most cited by year's end.
TCAG director, Stephen Scherer's paper: "Origins and functional impact of copy number variation in the human genome" published in Nature ranked #4. The abstract can be found on Pub Med.