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  1. #1 Sequence-based phenotype prediction 
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    When do you think it would be possible to predict the phenotype of an organism knowing just its sequence??


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    Yes.

    In 100+ years time.


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    Pretty good at doing this to-day, in bacteria. Here's a genotype, many here can predict the phenotype:

    JM109: endA1 glnV44 thi-1 relA1 gyrA96 recA1 mcrB+ Δ(lac-proAB)
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    ya, but if i gave you an unknown genome sequence can you draw me a picture of the organism?
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