The 1st Symposium of the Wellcome Trust-Funded Multi-Collaborative Microbial Pathogen Microarray Facility—BμG@S 2002: ‘Bacterial Pathogens, Microarrays and Functional Genomics’

@article{Butcher2002The1S,
  title={The 1st Symposium of the Wellcome Trust-Funded Multi-Collaborative Microbial Pathogen Microarray Facility—BμG@S 2002: ‘Bacterial Pathogens, Microarrays and Functional Genomics’},
  author={Philip D. Butcher},
  journal={Comparative and Functional Genomics},
  year={2002},
  volume={3},
  pages={326 - 329}
}
The acquisition of increasing numbers of bacterial whole-genome sequences (>50) has coincided with the development of a range of technologies to study the function of genes on a genome-wide scale, which are grouped under the broad heading of functional genomics. In terms of bacterial pathogenesis, one of the current major research interests lies in defining the complement of genes that determine virulence (the virulome) and how these genes may be coordinately regulated (the regulome) and… CONTINUE READING
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