Are Those Genes For Real? | GenomeWeb

In DNA sequencing, many genes are actually predicted by algorithms but never functionally confirmed. Results from two studies "suggest there's a considerable rate of error creeping into experiments that rely on the gene sequences that are predicted by current algorithms," says a post at Ars Technica.

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