Plant, Animal Genome Conference Expects 1,600 Attendees, 68 Exhibits | GenomeWeb

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AN DIEGO--More than 1,600 attendees are expected at the seventh Plant and Animal Genome conference here January 9-12, event organizers said. It will be the largest audience yet for the annual meeting.

The first Agricultural Microbes Genome conference will be held on January 13-14 in the same venue, with an anticipated attendance of 150. Claire Fraser of the Institute for Genomic Research will give the plenary lecture on "Microbial Genome Sequencing: New Insights into Physiology and Evolution."

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