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    Events: CfP: Joint AFP-Biosapiens SIG
    Submitted by Iddo Friedberg; posted on Tuesday, February 26, 2008

    Submitter

    LOCALE: Toronto, Canada (ISMB 2008)
    DATES: July 18-19, 2008

    The Automated Function Prediction (AFP) SIG and the Biosapiens European network of excellence are teaming up to hold a two-day Special Interest Group (SIG).

    The deluge of genomic information is challenging biologists to annotate this data, from locating genes in the raw data through predicting the function form protein sequence and structure. AFP and Biosapiens share many common goals, and this year we have decided to join forces for a SIG that will deal with a wide scope of gene, protein, and genomic annotations.

    This year we are also considering tutorial and mini-tutorial submissions. Please see the AFP / Biosapiens site for more information.

    IMPORTANT DATES

    Talk, tutorial and poster abstracts due: March 31, 2008
    Notification of acceptance: April 20, 2008
    Final abstracts due: May 5, 2008
    AFP-Biosapiens SIG : July 18-19, 2008

    FOR MORE INFORMATION

    2008.BioFunctionPrediction.org

    For inquiries, including sponsorship opportunities, please email: afpbiosap2008[at]gmail.com

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