Transcription Welcome to the Big League, Transcriptome | GenomeWeb

Transcriptome 2002, a conference held this month in Seattle, could finally establish as annual the meetings that have been held sporadically over the last few years. “This meeting grew out of a series of workshops sponsored by the DOE that formed the basis of the IMAGE Consortium,” says John Quackenbush, an organizer with the Institute for Genomic Research. What began as a means of studying and distributing ESTs grew to a forum for transcription in general, he adds.

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