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Correction for BioInform 09/30/02

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A brief in the 09-30-02 issue of BioInform, “Wiley Wires Current Protocols for the Bioinformatics Crowd,” omitted a sentence in which Ann Boyle, senior editor and manager of bioinformatics product development, stressed that the overall look, feel, and presentation of Current Protocols in Bioinformatics would not differ from the rest of the product line. Also, in addition to editors-in chief Andy Baxevanis and Dan Davison, further editors include Roderic Page, Gregory Petsko, Lincoln Stein, and Gary Stormo.

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