The Department of Energy's Joint Genome Institute is looking to establish itself as more than just a sequencing service provider, but as a complete genomics facility that offers state-of-the art technologies in experimental data generation and biological data interpretation as well as user interactions to help solve genomic science problems, officials said at last week's annual JGI user meeting in Walnut Creek, Calif.

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