The bioinformatics of the yeast genome—A historical perspective
From 1989 to 1997, the yeast genome was sequenced by a worldwide international consortium initiated and conducted by André Goffeau (1935–2018). The article describes the pioneering collaboration of yeast scientists from a bioinformatics perspective. Indeed, the yeast genome has turned bioinformatics from an exotic hobby of few nerds into a discipline indispensable for answering biological questions using computational methods.
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