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    BioInform: Lincoln Stein Makes Annotation Easy
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Tuesday, September 12, 2000

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    ``Hanging out at the University of California, San Diego watering hole one evening during the Bioinformatics Open Source Conference, a young researcher from the Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project turned to his colleague and whispered with the kind of reverence generally reserved for rock stars, `Hey, that's Lincoln Stein.' Although Stein isn't known for playing in a rock `n roll band, he has achieved celebrity status among bioinformaticists. The revolutionary CGI.pm Perl module he created for the Common Gateway Interface is considered one of the most widely used programs for creating Web applications. These days Stein is working on a new project at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory that he said will enable researchers increased access to and understanding of genomic annotations.''

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    http://www.bioinform.com/news/BIO/view.asp?a=3361

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