Consensus, common entry, and community curation
Nature Biotechnology, Volume 14, Issue 6, 1996, Pages 679-680.
From the very early stages of the Human Genome Project, a number of investigators have suggested the development of a single, integrated human genome database—that would meet the unique needs of the genome project, as highlighted in the 1988 report by the National Academy of Sciences1. This resource was to supersede existing sequence data...More
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