Bethesda, Maryland February 11–14, 2007
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The Genomics:GTL Program abstracts and posters are organized according to the Milestones set forth in the 2005 GTL Roadmap and as shown below. Some of the research projects are pilots or proof-of-principle studies for sysems biology, technology and methods development, and computing.
Abstracts associated with the Metabolic Engineering Working Group (MEWG) are identified as such and intermixed with GTL abstracts in relevant categories.
Abstracts from the Plant Feedstock Genomics Joint Program (PFGJG) are in their own subsection beginning on page 201.Genomics:GTL Overarching Scientific Goal
Achieve a predictive, systems-level understanding of biological systems to help enable biobased solutions to DOE mission challenges.
Milestone 1: Develop Techniques to Determine the Genome Structure and Functional Potential of Microbes and Microbial Communities (PDF, 1874 kb)
Milestone 2: Develop Methods and Concepts Needed to Achieve a Systems-Level Understanding of Microbial Cell and Community Function, Regulation, and Dynamics (PDF, 1197 kb)
Milestone 3: Develop the Knowledgebase, Computational Methods, and Capabilities to Advance the Understanding and Prediction of Complex Biological Systems (PDF, 64 kb)
Ethical, Legal, and Societal Issues and Communication (PDF, 135 kb)
USDA-DOE Abstracts (PDF, 181 kb)
Table of Contents and Welcome (PDF, 798 kb)
Web Sites (PDF, 72 kb)
Indexes (PDF, 101 kb)
Addendum (PDF, 118 kb)
Printed copies of the abstract book are available to order. Contact us at email@example.com
BER BSSD funds the Genomic Science Program