Computational genomics

  title={Computational genomics},
  author={E. Koonin},
  journal={Current Biology},
  • E. Koonin
  • Published 2001
  • Medicine
  • Current Biology
  • We now know how to read the sequences of nucleotide letters that comprise the genome at a rather frightening speed--a several-million-base bacterial genome in several days is not a problem for one of the sequencing centers, and a billion-base eukaryotic genome can be done in less than a year. But reading a text and understanding it are two different things. So how well can we understand the genome sequences? The answer to this question is central to the whole enterprise of genomics, and this is… CONTINUE READING
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