Mouse Researchers Outline Informatics Needs; Public EST Encyclopedia Finalized | GenomeWeb

PRINCETON, NJ--Development of transportable software tools was highlighted as a top priority for the mouse genome sequencing community during a meeting of mouse genetics, sequencing, and bioinformatics specialists here last month. In a report, Janan Eppig, a bioinformatics expert from the Jackson Laboratory, the meeting's sponsor, indicated that inadequate informatics is a primary concern among US and European researchers who met on the Princeton University campus to establish priorities and approaches for a mouse sequencing initiative.

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