Cancer Genetics At NHGRI, Ostrander Takes Dogs Down a Different Path | GenomeWeb

Over her 12 years as a researcher at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Elaine Ostrander managed to elevate dog genomics from the level of curiosity to serious contender in the realm of comparative genomics. Along the way, she helped establish maps of dog genes and markers, and ultimately aided in the production of a white paper in 2002 that paved the way for the draft sequencing of the boxer genome completed last summer.

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