Recomb 98: Emerging Bioinformatics Research to be Presented in New York | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK--A lecture on oligonucleotide chip technology by David Cox of Stanford University and a single-molecule visualization video presentation by David Schwartz of the New York University Medical Center will be among the attractions here next week, March 21-25, at Recomb '98. Some 250 computational biologists and others with ties to bioinformatics from around the world are expected to attend the conference at the Holiday Inn in Manhattan.

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