News FocusAFTER THE GENOME IV MEETING

New Ways to Probe the Molecules of Life

Science  20 Nov 1998:
Vol. 282, Issue 5393, pp. 1406-1407
DOI: 10.1126/science.282.5393.1406

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JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING-- Almost 200 years after Lewis and Clark first glimpsed the Grand Tetons, a posse of about 80 scientists gathered here from 10 to 14 October for an exploration of their own. At the annual "After the Genome" meeting, they discussed how to get from genomic information to an understanding of biology. Highlights include powerful computer programs for modeling human diseases, new techniques for protein analysis, and stabilizing coats for individual protein molecules.

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