At a bioinformatics conference last fall, EBI’s Ewan Birney, MIT’s Chris Burge, and GlaxoSmithKline’s Jim Fickett gave an impromptu roundup of the future challenges of the field. Burge polished them up for GT:

Top 10 Future Challenges

 

1 Precise, predictive model of transcription initiation and termination: ability to predict where and when transcription will occur in a genome

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