Emergency care should be integrated care

  title={Emergency care should be integrated care},
  author={Ingvar Karlberg},
  journal={International Journal of Integrated Care},
  • I. Karlberg
  • Published 9 July 2004
  • Medicine
  • International Journal of Integrated Care
The publication of a complete genome sequence is usually accompanied by annotations of its genes. In contrast to protein coding genes, genes for ribosomal RNA (rRNA) are often poorly or inconsistently annotated. This makes comparative studies based on rRNA genes difficult. We have therefore created computational predictors for the major rRNA species from all kingdoms of life and compiled them into a program called RNAmmer. The program uses hidden Markov models trained on data from the 5S… Expand
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