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eBook Human Genome Analysis, Supported under BIOMED 1 (Biomedical and Health Research Volume 23) ePub

by M. Hallen

eBook Human Genome Analysis, Supported under BIOMED 1 (Biomedical and Health Research Volume 23) ePub
Author: M. Hallen
Language: English
ISBN: 9051994095
ISBN13: 978-9051994094
Publisher: Ios Pr Inc; First Edition edition (January 1998)
Pages: 478
Category: Evolution
Subcategory: Science
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Human Genome Analysis.

The volume and complexity of genomic sequence data, and the additional experimental data required for .

The UCSC Genome Browser is one of these resources.

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Or perhaps the capacity and interest to perform follow-up analyses has not kept pace with the fire hose of GWAS results.

Only full semantic integration of biomedical knowledge and experimental data can provide a means for scientists to model complex biological systems and thus improve our understanding of living organisms. The full scope of topics of interest is given on the journal's About page. The two main topic areas of the journal are: (1) Infrastructure for biomedical semantics

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Problems and Future Perspectives. Novas, . & Rose, N. (2001).

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The rationale for co-ordinated activities related to human genome analysis is based on its potential contribution to the understanding of the processes underlying human disease, hence to improve diagnostics, treatment and eventually disease prevention. The basic idea on how best to meet this objective at a European level was through the collective improvement of research infrastructure, broader availability of resources and co-operation of leading research groups in Europe. The emphasis of the European programmes was placed on the provision of an adequate research infrastructure, including resource centres, to the improvement in the mapping facilities and information management. In this context, a paradigm of successful international collaboration was the European Human Genetic Linkage Mapping Project (EUROGEM), and the Single Chromosome Workshops (SCWs), monitored by the Human Genome Organisation (HUGO). This book contains the final reports of all 41 research projects funded under the BIOMED 1 programme during the period 1993 to 1997.
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