Mouse/Human Genome Analysis Gains from New Crop of Gene Prediction Tools | GenomeWeb

Headlines across the world trumpeted the high degree of similarity between mice and men following the publication of the mouse genome sequence in Nature last week, although the data itself offered few surprises for the genomics community — after all, it’s been publicly available since May. But buried within the densely packed 45-page paper, a new family of bioinformatics tools quietly made its debut.

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