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Nat Goodman charts a genomics project just for the bioinformatics crowd: the comparisome

 

We IT guys and gals need an ome of our own. An ome where computation is the foundation, and not just the shingles. An ome where the furnishings are comfy for bioinformaticians, and aren’t designed for wet biologists. An ome built using timber hewn from existing data, rather than from piles of new material.

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