Oxford Molecular's DNA search
This article was originally published in Clinica
A European consortium of industry and academic institutions is developing software for searching DNA-sequence and protein databases. During the next two years, the algorithms will be built into a library - BioLib - that will be freely accessible via the Internet.
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