PIUG 2010 Biotechnology Meeting
New Biologics: Proteins & Beyond
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Wednesday, February 10, 2011Amgen Inc.
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PIUG 2010 Boston Biotechnology Meeting Papers – February 2010
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A Comparative Study of Patent Sequence Databases, Joop Swinkels and PDG Biotechnology Information Working Group
Functional Annotation Using EBI Databases, Jennifer McDowall, European Bioinformatics Institute
Below the 'BLAST' Button at NCBI, David L. Osterbur, Harvard Medical School, NCBI
Best Practices for BLAST Searching, Analysis, and Postprocessing, Gin-Yun Eggerichs, Chemical Abstracts Service
A Review Of The Recent Expansion in WIPO Published Sequence Listings Coverage, Robert Austin, FIZ Karlsruhe
Processing of Raw IP sequence Data into a High Class Report, Ashish Nawani, Evalueserve
Creating Tabular Reports from Gene Sequence Databases, John Willmore, BizInt Solutions, Inc
How to have a BLAST with Your PC's Desktop Tools!, Seth Mendelson, Novartis
When Using GenomeQuest, Joop Swinkels, MSD Netherlands
Integration of BLAST Data from Different Sources, Adrienne Shanler, Shanler Information
Merging and Postprocessing of STN Sequence Files, Jim Brown, FIZ Karlsruhe
Beyond Sequence Search, Formulation of Biologics, Sunny Wang, sanofi aventis
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