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Markers/Short Reads


This month marks the passing of an idiosyncrasy that has been with GenBank since 1995: its 350-kilobase limit on the length of sequences entered into the database.


NIH announced the launch of its Chemical Genomics Center under the aegis of NHGRI. According to NIH, this is the first unit of a planned network that will be followed by up to 10 pilot centers expected to be funded for FY 2005.


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