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Gene sequences and annotations used as references for the study of orthologs structure, expression, and evolution
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A tool to find regions of similarity between biological sequences
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If you’re curious about genome annotation beyond the genes, then read on! We previously blogged about our RefSeq Functional Elements resource, which provides annotation of experimentally validated, non-genic functional elements in human and mouse. Now, to kick off 2022, we’re delighted to announce a new publication in the January issue of Genome Research: Farrell CM, … Continue reading Venturing beyond the genes: New RefSeq Functional Elements publication!
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Since joining NIH, I’ve held a number of different leadership positions. But there is one position that thankfully has remained constant for me: lab chief. I run my own research lab at NIH’s National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR).