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Bioinformatics Embraced in Gene Banks

News   Jul 04, 2019 | Original story from the Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research

 
Bioinformatics Embraced in Gene Banks

Scientists from the IPK have explored, within a perspective paper, the upcoming challenges and possibilities of the future of gene banks. They emphasise that the advancement of gene banks into bio-digital resource centres, which collate the germplasm as well as the molecular data of the samples, would be beneficial to scientists, plant breeders and society alike. Credit: Regina Devrient / IPK Gatersleben

 
 
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