Computational Genomics Conference BLASTs Off | GenomeWeb

This year’s Conference on Computational Genomics in Baltimore began with a BLAST.

Warren Gish of Washington University, co-author of the original 1990 paper describing the ubiquitous sequence similarity search program, opened the fourth annual TIGR meeting last Thursday with a tutorial on recent developments in the program.

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