Teams Call For 'Omics Data Sharing, Genome Project Standards | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A pair of policy papers appearing in today's issue of Science are tackling the problems of 'omics data sharing and genome project classifications.

In the first of these articles, an international group of genomics researchers addressed challenges related to integrating and comparing large-scale data on DNA sequence, gene expression, and other processes.

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