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Nature Biotechnology volume 29, pages 141142 (2011) | Download Citation

Reflecting on the growth of bioinformatics over the past decade, the University of Pennsylvania's David Roos highlights the increasing diversity of large-scale data sets, changing paradigms for data release and the emergence of new career opportunities.

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