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Pierre Lindenbaum's blog, Yokofakun, points to Tim Yates's X:MAP, which is an interactive "genome browser that shows the location of individual exon probes with respect to their target genes, transcripts and exons." Yates is a researcher within the bioinformatics group at the Paters

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