Petrovsky, Nikolai; Silva, Diego
Recent years have witnessed an explosive growth in available biological data. This includes a tremendous quantity of sequence data (e.g., biological structures, genetic and physical maps, pathways) generated by genome and transcriptome projects focused on humans, mice, and a multitude of other species. Diabetes research stands to greatly benefit from this data, which is distributed across public and private databases and the scientific literature. The increasing quantity and complexity of this...[Show more]
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