Bioinformatics 'Cacophony', Genomics of Infectious Disease Research, Gene Patenting Wars Continue, More | GenomeWeb

For its July 2002 issue, with New York City still reeling from the attacks of September 11, 2001, Genome Technology profiled a company called Gene Codes Forensics. Its staff was collecting DNA samples from the relatives of victims killed in the disaster to develop a DNA-matching program that could help identify remains found in the wreckage.

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