Haplotype Block Theory Questioned at RECOMB 2003 as SNPs Take Center Stage | GenomeWeb

Bioinformaticists looking for a new challenge were given a not-so-subtle hint at this year’s Research in Computational Molecular Biology conference, held April 10-13 in Berlin. “At the next RECOMB, I hope someone has a data compression method [for SNP data] that blows haplotype blocks out of the water,” said population geneticist Andrew Clark during his keynote address.

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