ENCODE E-GASP gene prediction workshop supplement now available in print via Amazon

We are pleased to
that a collection of articles based on presentations made at the
ENCODE E-GASP 2005 gene prediction workshop, originally published as an open access online supplement in Genome Biology, is now available to purchase as a print edition from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com
At E-GASP, a two day workshop held in
Cambridge, UK, the results of a competition between 18 different labs to
improve gene-prediction software for the human genome were discussed.  The results and their implications are
reported in this supplement, which was edited by Roderic Guigó and Martin
G Reese

Genome Biology serves the biological research community as an
international forum for the dissemination, discussion and critical review of
information about all areas of biology informed by genomic research.  Another supplement containing a collection of
articles on Transposons in
vertebrate functional genomics
, edited by Stephen C Ekker and Zoltán Ivics
has also recently been published online by Genome Biology.

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