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The Genome Network Project/FANTOM3 Collection

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The Genome Network Project/FANTOM3 collection features articles describing findings that redefine the landscape of the mammalian transcriptome by introducing an extensive collection of novel cDNAs and millions of sequenced tags corresponding to 5'- and 3'-ends of mRNAs. The high-resolution cDNA collection and its analysis represent an important world resource for discovery, and demonstrate the value of large-scale transcriptome approaches toward understanding genome function.

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Technical Report
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    Transcript Annotation in FANTOM3: Mouse Gene Catalog Based on Physical cDNAs
Research Articles
Collection Editors

Judith A. Blake (The Jackson Laboratory), Wayne N. Frankel (The Jackson Laboratory), John M. Hancock (MRC Harwell), William J. Pavan (National Human Genome Research Institute), and Lisa Stubbs (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

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