Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, May 8th, 2005
"Publicly available human genomic sequence data provide an unprecedented opportunity for researchers to decode the functionality of human genome," oncologists in the United States argued. "Such information is extremely valuable in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment."
The "Cancer Genome Anatomy Project (CGAP) and Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) are two bioinformatic infrastructures for studying functional genomics," noted D.J. Shen and colleagues at the University of California-Los Angeles. They conducted a study "to explore...
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