Updates and announcements from EMBL-EBI
Functional catalogue of the mouse genome can inform the conservation of endangered specieshttp://www.mousephenotype.org Read more
Public health teams in Madagascar pioneer portable, real time DNA sequencing to fight drug-resistant tuberculosis Read more
Scientists use data from human cancers and C. elegans to understand mutational causes of cancer Read more
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