TOOLKIT: Wash U Bioinformaticist Sees Broad Use for the LIMS that HapMap Built | GenomeWeb

The jury is still out as to whether demand for genotyping will spur the creation of high-throughput centers built upon the sequencing model, but Daniel Koboldt is preparing for a potential onslaught. A bioinformatics developer at the SNP Research Facility at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Koboldt envisions a day when academic genotyping centers will be as essential as the “G5” sequencing centers, and he’s already developed the laboratory information management system to support the endeavor.

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