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One of the great challenges for bioinformatics over the course of the next decade will be erecting a framework that allows the interpretation of transcription and proteomic data in a consistent and informative way. At the moment, large amounts of both types of data are being generated by laboratories all over the world, but little headway has been made in linking the information derived from bioinformatics analysis into the larger, worldwide accumulation of archived analytical results.

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