- Thomas C. Erren, Paul Cullen, Michael Erren;, Edward M. Rubin, and James P. Noonan
- Science 23 March 2007: 1664.
Noonan argues in response that we should first start by looking at the whole genome, then focus in on areas that look promising.
This raises a lot of issues as to what we expect the differences between neanderthals and humans to be, how well we know the genetics of these traits, and of course cost-efficiency issues.
by the way, there's a pretty funny quote at the end of the first letter.