New NCBI Database Hopes to Become the GenBank for Gene Expression Information | GenomeWeb

In another indication that bioinformatics has entered the post-sequencing phase, the US National Center for Biotechnology Information has launched the Gene Expression Omnibus, a public database for gene expression data. Alex Lash, director of the fledgling resource, expects that the database, which began accepting submissions at the end of July and now contains 15,000-20,000 measurements, will mirror GenBank’s pattern of sustained, robust growth.

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