Juggling Genome Coordinates


Bioinformatics people have seen quite varied types of experimental data over the past decade. In earlier days, bioinformatics was almost synonymous with sequence analysis; we spent much of our time assembling, aligning, and interpreting gene and protein sequences. Once biology gained a more comprehensive understanding of the transcriptome, it seemed as if everyone wanted to quantify expression, and many of us moved on to microarray data, processing matrices of numbers linked to probes representing specific genes.

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