Integrated Genomics Bioinformatics Team Makes the Most out of Genomic Data Boom | GenomeWeb

There’s no such thing as too much information, according to Ross Overbeek, vice president of bioinformatics at comparative genomics company Integrated Genomics.

“There’s a lot that you can learn from a set of genomes that you can’t learn from a single one,” he said, referring to the integrated database of around 300 genomes his bioinformatics staff uses for functional annotation and metabolic reconstruction.

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