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Bioinformatics software aids molecular biologists

The Sequence Alignment and Modeling System (SAM), introduced in the early 1990s by UCSC researchers, has become one of the most popular software packages for the analysis of protein sequences. Both academic researchers and commercial companies are among the users of the SAM software. More

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April 21-27, 2003
Vol. 7, No. 35

Atkinson says UC considering reduction-in-time program to relieve budget pressure

SARS fears: Education Abroad programs in Beijing suspended

Economist David Kaun discusses corporate ethics April 23

Kodak grants help keep film alive at UCSC

Concert features international women composers and artists

UC launches new web site on writing programs, instruction

Proposed reforms to global financial system examined

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