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Bioinformatics A New Science

It took thirteen years for the federally funded Human Genome Project to fully identify all 30,000 genes in human DNA. Now comes the challenge of analyzing and making sense of all the data that was generated from the lengthy study. The analytical challenges presented by this important scientific discovery spurred several very talented people wondering how to meet this head on and to make sense out ......

Full article >>> Then Michele would verify the results in lab tests where she would mutate genes to discover their true functions.

Bioinformatics is attracting hundreds of researchers from computer science and biology because it takes very complicated computer models to search for patterns in human and animal genetic codes. It has become so important that Stanford University, along with sponsor Hewlett P......

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Source:wistechnology.com By William I. Dollar 08/19/03


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