It almost seems like a genome sequence now exists for nearly every living thing. Whether it’s a fruit fly, hedgehog, or the duck-billed platypus, the genomics research world has produced enormous
amounts of DNA sequence. How do we make sense of all of these data? The key is in comparisons… In this webinar, Eric Green will present an overview of the utility of comparative sequence analyses and show how these comparisons shed light on how genomes work and how these studies are relevant to human health.
It’s tomorrow, March 12, 2009 at 1 p.m. (Eastern US, 10 a.m Pacific, 17:00 GMT).