Presentation: Find an orthologous phenotype with the Monarch Initiative
- 26 October
- 12:00–12:30 CET
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In 30 minutes, this Open Science database will be presented after being recommended by the Journal of Nucleic Acid (NAR) database edition 2017 as a “breakthrough” database; which according to the editors will impact the research community. The Monarch Initiative allows for phenotypic comparison across species by merging data from multiple open sources.
There will be time for questions after the presentation.
This presentation is for doctoral students and researchers in translational research and clinicians in clinical genetics. It is held in English but we also speak Swedish.
The presentation is free but you need to register.
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