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Monica Riley Dies

Monica Riley, the co-founder of the EcoCyc database, has died, according to the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole. She was 87. Riley also developed classification systems for gene products and their functions, which presaged current gene ontologies and enabled comparative and functional genomics.

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