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Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology

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New center to apply computing to large-scale genomic problems

The human genome consists of three billion nucleotides that, when strung together, offer a glimpse into the basic processes of life as well as risk for disease. However, breakthroughs in the use of this genomic information have been limited due to the difficulty in quickly and accurately analyzing a rapidly expanding amount of genomic data.

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