SAVANNAH, GA Sept. 22 (GenomeWeb News) - Yes, GSAC is smaller this year. And no, the exhibit hall is not swarming with scientists in Teva sandals and Hawaiian shirts, ready to strike up a heated discussion about BAC maps vs. shotgun sequencing over a couple of beers.

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