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CAMBRIDGE, UK, May 8 – Britain’s Wellcome Trust has launched a print advertising campaign to promote the public human genome databases, including the UK-based Ensembl database, after a survey revealed that only half of the biomedical scientists were aware of the freely available offerings.

The Wellcome Trust, which provides the majority of the funding for Ensembl, said the campaign is designed to drum up interest in public genome data in order to help spur advances in medical research.

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