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Medical College team creates website for tracking flu

Milwaukee, Wis. - To meet a growing bioinformatics challenge, a free website has been developed by a multidisciplinary team from the Medical College of Wisconsin and Children's Research Institute in Milwaukee to significantly improve diagnostic testing and worldwide genetic tracking of human and animal influenza viruses.

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Full article >>> ary team that developed the website are: pediatric research technologist Michael E. Bose, M.S.; assistant professor of pediatrics Jiang Fan, M.D.; bioinformatics center applications manager Andrew Patzer; physiology genetics data specialist Jack Littrel; and pediatric infections disease lab supervisor Andrea J. Kraft, M.S.

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 04/27/07


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